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Jummaiginjo Chokyu Wakayamakensanyamadanishiki
- Chokyu" was named in the hope that it would be a sake that would be loved by the local Wakayama people for a long, long time. This junmai ginjo "Chokyu" series was brewed with the aim of "surpassing" Chokyu. All Yamada-Nishiki grown in Wakayama Prefecture by farmers in Wakayama was used. It has a core of richness that is typical of Yamada-Nishiki, but also has the plumpness and fullness that is typical of Wakayama sake. As of January 2021, it is 28BY, and the aging process has further enhanced its flavor. It is a limited-quantity product.
- Junmai Ginjo
- Rice and Rice koji
- Yamada Nishiki (Wakayama Prefecture)
- It goes well with sour cheese.