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Alpsmasamune Fuketsuchozo Junmaishu
- This sake is stored for about six months in a "windhole," a natural refrigerator that keeps the temperature below 8°C even in mid-summer, and is then slowly matured. The sake has a bold, dry taste when it is pressed, but as it matures moderately, it changes into a mellow local sake with a more rounded, mellow taste. Please enjoy the special flavor that is subtle and refreshing, while the richness of nature's bounty has increased its deliciousness. Our company has been storing sake in a windhole during the summer since 2007. In 2014, the "Tomioka Silk Mill" and the "Silk Industrial Heritage Sites" were registered as World Heritage sites and include wind holes with the same mechanism, but the use of wind holes in the Ajimu area of Shinshu, Nagano Prefecture has a longer history than that, said to date back to the Edo period.
- Rice and Rice koji
- HITOGOCHIKI from Nagano Prefecture
Winner of the 2016 Wineglass Delicious Sake Award Gold Prize
- It has a good sense of maturity, and when paired with hot dishes, the flavor spreads in the mouth.