REGION: Ishikawa

Daiginjo Sake, 'BY - Library Release', Kikuhime [2008]
SKU #:
JP-KIK-40-08
Vintage:
2008
Country:
Japan
Region:
Ishikawa
Appellation:
Ishikawa Prefecture
Variety:
Yamada Nishiki Rice
Daiginjo Sake, 'BY' Kikuhime
SKU #:
JP-KIK-40-NV
Vintage:
NV
Country:
Japan
Region:
Ishikawa
Appellation:
Ishikawa Prefecture
Variety:
Yamada Nishiki Rice
Daiginjo Sake, 'Kukurihime', Kikuhime
SKU #:
JP-KIK-41-NV
Vintage:
NV
Country:
Japan
Region:
Ishikawa
Appellation:
Ishikawa Prefecture
Variety:
Yamada Nishiki Rice
Jummai Ginjo Sake 'Shun', Shishi no Sato
SKU #:
JP-SHI-20-NV
Vintage:
NV
Country:
Japan
Region:
Ishikawa
Appellation:
Ishikawa Prefecture
Junmai Daiginjo Sake 'Aiyama', Shishi no Sato
SKU #:
JP-SHI-40-NV
Vintage:
NV
Country:
Japan
Region:
Ishikawa
Appellation:
Ishikawa Prefecture
Variety:
Aiyama Rice
SKU #:
JP-FKM-40-NV
Vintage:
NV
Country:
Japan
Region:
Ishikawa
Appellation:
Ishikawa Prefecture
Junmai Ginjo Sparkling Sake 'Sen', Shishi no Sato
SKU #:
JP-SHI-70-NV
Vintage:
NV
Country:
Japan
Region:
Ishikawa
Appellation:
Ishikawa Prefecture
Junmai Sake 'Chokara', Shishi no Sato
SKU #:
JP-SHI-01-NV
Vintage:
NV
Country:
Japan
Region:
Ishikawa
Appellation:
Ishikawa Prefecture
Junmai Sake, 'Kinken' Kikuhime
SKU #:
JP-KIK-01-NV
Vintage:
NV
Country:
Japan
Region:
Ishikawa
Appellation:
Ishikawa Prefecture
Variety:
Yamada Nishiki Rice
Making fine sake since 1573, in the 1970s Kikuhime adapted their rich style to a more nuanced Ginjo, but with plenty of bite and structure. They were also a pioneer of the traditional Yamahai method with its deep layers of flavor and bright acidity, as well as exploring the potential of aged sake.