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This is a shimmering, bright, crisp Daiginjo from the Nakao Brewery in Hiroshima prefecture. Plenty of acidity, balance and less richness and weight than many Daiginjos on the market. This bottling is made specially for Joto Sake and we're proud to stock it here at Chambers Street.
From the Shimaoka Shuzo brewery, founded in 1863, this sake has notes of mushroom and melon on the nose, and good acidity and balance in the finish. The Yamahai method employs the natural yeast and is a more time-consuming process than most modern sake brewing, as lactic acid is allowed to build up naturally instead of being added directly to the yeast starter. This technique, combined with the wild yeast fermentation, provides a sake with more complexity, subtle earthy tones, and a long finish.