Japan's National Tax Authority is getting territorial about its wines. This past week, the governing board established a new regulation that will require all wines labeled as “Japanese wines” to meet two requirements: that the wines are made of domes...Read more »
The vineyards of Canada were a far cry from the computing boards being cranked out in a factory in Taiwan. That didn't stop Lulu Island Winery boss John Chang from traveling halfway around the world to start his own winery with his wife in 1995.Read more »
Luscious fruity full of plum, cherry and a side of almond, this unique flavour combo is unlikely to be found anywhere else. Agreeable dessert wine, if you're a friend of ports and cordials. Easy to forget it's alcoholic until you've had one too many ...
I first had this at a tasting here in town. I fell in love with it. This is by far the best tasting and after tasting dessert wine I have ever had.
Acrylic scent, but quickly dominated by lemongrass with a slight floral touch. Light and clean, with a smooth, gentle, warming finish
Currently one of my absolute favorite premium sakes, junmai ginjo class. Truly a locally made sake, all components and processes from the prefecture of Iwate. The rice: Ginginga. It is full-bodied, balanced, and very smooth. Highly recommend this for s...
As a fan of Fu-ki Plum Wine, I was anxious to try another. Although this class is in the 'too sweet to have often' category for me, every now and then that dessert craving comes 'round. Most of the flavour is reminiscent of a cream sherry, which was ...
Very bright and fruity sake. Opens with a nose of light grapefruit and limes. Its very pure, clear, bright and incredibly fruity.
Tozai Snow Maiden Junmai Nigori Sake
|Winery:||Snow Farm Vineyard|
|Region:||Japan » Akita|
Mantensei Star-Filled Sky Junmai Ginjo
|Region:||Japan » Tottori|
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I am a cheap wine fan and not good with bitter wines. This one went down smooth unlike many many others. I say it passed my picky palate, lol. Read More
Started with Sensi,the one placed at an hour's train journey and then an ... an ... in Europe,US and Japan.Bulk Asian markets,China and India are comparatively new but for obvious reason they have a serious eye on the market.My tour ended with 2 days' stint at Vinitaly in Verona,one if not the, world's largest wine shows.Supported by PR and c... Read More
nice aroma, bodied like the urine after a night out, bold and rich and medium ... it had a nice toilet finish. Japanese ppl cant make wine... Read More
I am not normally a wine drinker. In fact I do not drink that often. But this wine just has something that draws me to it. The bite of the tartness, the fact that I am able to taste the Plum. I am sure most would say my palate is not refined but I am unable to detect the flavor hints in normal wine due to the alcohol. I can enjoy this straight o... Read More
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