W Junmai Muroka Nama Genshu

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DETAILS

Grade
Junmai
Polishing Ratio 45%
Rice Type
Yamadanishiki
Alcohol 
17.0%
Prefecture
Gifu
Brewery
Watanabe Shuzo

SAKE SWEETNESS

DESCRIPTION 

Pronounced, lively fruity aromas of musk melon, grapefruit, pineapple & apricot. This is a heavy bodied sake, with fresh yet deep flavours of kiwi and pineapple. Hints of minerals punctuates this sake, and it finishes with a touch of pleasant bitterness and lingering heat

SOMMELIER'S NOTES

W by Watanabe Shuzouten is Hourai's second label. Japanese Comedy TV is played to the fermentation tanks so that the sake yeast is happy, the brewery staff are happy, and the customers are happy. Although written as a Junmai-shu, this sake qualifies as a Junmai Daiginjo as the rice used to make this sake is polished to 45% I would have this sake with food, as it has a lot of body and umami. Something like an Oxtail stew or Bouillabaisse.


 

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L
08/04/2020
Lim
Singapore Singapore
I recommend this product
packs a punch

W was our dessert for the night, sweet and fruity namasake that packs a punch

Inter Rice Asia W Junmai Muroka Nama Genshu Review
A
07/31/2020
Anonymous
Singapore Singapore
I recommend this product
Aromatic and slightly sweet sake

It is more spicy than expected.

PS
07/15/2020
Patrick S.
Singapore Singapore
I recommend this product
Body and umami

Here’s a junmai muroka nama genshu (non-charcoal filtered, unpasteurized, undiluted) - ‘W’ by Watanabe Shuzouten which is Hourai's second label. Superb pairing with my home-cooked braised duck. Simply speechless! � Gifu prefecture, Yamadanishiki rice PR45% ABV17% Japanese Comedy TV is played to the fermentation tanks so that the sake yeast is happy, the brewery staff are happy, and the customers are happy. Although written as a Junmai-shu, this sake qualifies as a Junmai Daiginjo as the rice used to make this sake is polished to 45% I would have this sake with food, as it has a lot of body and umami. Something like an Oxtail stew or Bouillabaisse.

Inter Rice Asia W Junmai Muroka Nama Genshu Review