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Jozen Mizuno Gotoshi Genshu Junmai Daiginjo (720ml)

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Country:Japan
Grape Type:Rice Wine (Sake)
Vintage:NV
Bottle Size:720 ml
Product Description


This beautiful, seasonal Genshu is powerfully aromatic and flavorful on the palate. These fresh and lively flavors are the result of pressing without the dilution of additional water. Classically Jozen in style with elegance and influenced by the soft snow texture of the famous water of that region.


RICE KOJI: GOHYAKUMANGOKU
YEAST STRAIN: K1801


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