• Isojiman Daiginjo Aiyama  (720ml)
  • Isojiman Daiginjo Aiyama  (720ml)
  • Isojiman Daiginjo Aiyama  (720ml)
  • Isojiman Daiginjo Aiyama  (720ml)

Isojiman Daiginjo Aiyama (720ml) 磯自慢 大吟醸 愛山

$168.30

Brewed with 40% polished Aiyama rice from Yokawasan in the Banshu Special A growing district of Hyogo, selected by Isojiman brewery. The pinnacle of the Grappa Bottle series, the Nakadori middle press of the batch is captured.

style
floral and fruity
availability
Extremely Limited
on the palate
elegant and lush
on the nose
fruity
RPR (Rice Polishing Ratio)
50%
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The taste and aroma are profound, but the refined sharpness and refreshing flavour of the medium-bodied brew make it an exceptional partner for a refined meal.

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Characteristics特徴

Prefecture
shizuoka
Rice
aiyama
Alcohol
17%
SMV (Sake Meter Value)
+3
Acidity
1.3
Water Source
spring water with low mineral content, that flows from brewery-owned mountain
Yeast
classic shizuoka kobo

How to enjoy楽しみ方

Recommended pairings
edomae sushi | premium tempura
Serving temperature
5°-10°
Serving vessels
white wine glass

Reviewsレビュー

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Isojiman磯自慢

Since 2010 Isojiman has been attempting to apply Japan’s very own AOC, special regional classification, by designating certain sake to be brewed exclusively with rice from specified rice fields in Furuke, Tsuneda and Saito in Tojo city. Junmai Daiginjo created with rice harvested from each of these specific fields are indicated by blue bottles and are to represent the terroir of the location in which the rice is grown. Isojiman sake is characterized by its fruity “Ginjo-ka” fragrance and impeccable ability to complement cuisines such as Japanese, French and Italian Cuisines. Due to its seaside brewing location in Yaizu, it is also, of course, a great sake for pairing with seafood.