Junmai Daiginjo Nishingoten is smooth dry Junmai Daiginjo. Its name Nishingoten means Herring Mansion. Its taken from the mansions that rich fishermen built in Otaru city who made a wealth from Herring trading in early 1900's. Kitanohomare try to reappearance the sake those rich Herring fishermen used to drink. Nishingoten has a amber color and light Ginjo fragrance. Its body is rich as typical Daiginjo and it has light acidity that stimulates a palate softly with long dry finish as a typical Hokkaido style sake. Considering its very reasonable price, this will be a good first Junmai Daiginjo you can try.
Daiwa Food Corporation Pty. Ltd
ABN 82 110 693 902 ACN 110 693 902
Liquor Licences - 36106723
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