Yoshinogawa Gensen Karakuchi Sake 300ml

Established in 1548, Yoshinogawa is located in the Niigata Prefecture in the small city of Nagaoka City and is today run by 19th generation owner Kawakami san. Yoshinogawa are one of the largest Sake producers in the Niigata region, and the Niigata prefecture is the largest producing region of ‘special sake’ in Japan. Yoshinogawa is also the oldest sake brewery in Niigata.

Gensen means ‘specially selected’, and Karakuchi means ‘dry’.

It is an everyday drinking style of sake. It is quite fruity on the nose. The palate has a tight structure with hints of citrus, and a savoury aspect, finishing long and dry.

$21.99 each

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Yoshinogawa Gensen Karakuchi Sake 300ml
$21.99 each