Manotsuru Junmai Ginjo

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DETAILS

Grade
Junmai Ginjo
Polishing Ratio 55%
Rice Type
Gohyaku Mangoku
Alcohol 
15.0%
Prefecture
Niigata
Brewery
Obata Shuzo

SAKE SWEETNESS

DESCRIPTION

Sweet melon, straw, slight mineral notes, coupled with a gentle rice sweetness. Pleasant and well-textured on the palette, offering a structure and balance that only top breweries can achieve. Perfect balance between aroma and flavours.

SOMMELIER'S NOTES

A high quality, melon aroma Junmai Ginjo. It combines the body of a Junmai with the aroma of a Junmai Daiginjo.

AWARDS

US National Sake Appraisal Silver Medal

 

PRODUCT TAGS

Customer Reviews
4.8 Based on 6 Reviews
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08/30/2021
Anonymous
Singapore
I recommend this product
Dry style brewery

Love the dry style sakes coming from this brewery. Goes well with salty snacks!

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07/09/2021
Anonymous
Singapore Singapore
I recommend this product
Go to favourite

This is our 3rd purchase of this bottle. Never fails to satisfy us for a smooth, light and easy to pair sake!

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06/27/2021
Anonymous
Singapore Singapore
I recommend this product
Repeat purchase!

Amongst the Manotsuru sakes, I like this one very much for its great value. Second purchase and certainly not the last for me! It's refined like a junmai daiginjyo!

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05/10/2021
Anonymous
Singapore Singapore
I recommend this product
melon taste!

this sake is so delicious, goes well with soft cheese at home, in a white wine glass

WM
09/29/2020
Wai M.
Singapore Singapore
I recommend this product
pleasant easy drinking

not a show stopper on its own, but pleasant easy drinking - paired with a hard cheese from cow's milk, aged 3 years, some sharpness and nice to have on it own but more delightful with the sake, haha not too serious making it a perfect snacking combo for watching TV

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