Tamagawa Spontaneous Fermentation Junmaishu "Yanwari"

Tamagawa Spontaneous Fermentation Junmaishu "Yanwari"

Soft but satisfying

"Yanwari" is a colloquial Japanese expression meaning "soft" or "gentle", and so this sake is. Yet it reveals a surprisingly insistent umami and a satisfying depth of acidity. From this very easy-drinking sake, we conjure a profundity of flavour to hold the attention even at these very low levels of alcohol (less than thirteen percent).

We recommend drinking warm for maximum coddling effect, as in the example of the very cosy monkey on the label.

Class Junmaishu (yamahai)
Domestic
availability
Year round
Export -
Ingredients Rice, rice koji
Rice Kitanishiki (Hyogo Prefecture)
Rice
polishing ratio
66%
Alcohol 12-12.9%

Serving recommendation

On the rocks Chilled Room temp Slightly warmed Hot
 

Sizes and prices

Sizes Prices
1.8L 2,160 yen
720ml 1,080 yen