Go Shu Nama Sake 360ml

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Go-Shu sake produced by Sun Masamune at its Penrith, New South Wales brewery is made to the highest Japanese quality standard using the famous Australian grown Japonica rice and pure water sourced from the Blue Mountains. Traditional brewing processes and strict quality control ensure that the sake has fruity aromatic essence flavours over a balanced smooth sweeter taste, suitable for consumption alone or with any meal.

Nama is a cool style sake made for drinking at 4-10°C. Nama production uses less heat at the final refining stage and is kept in cool storage so it retains more fruity notes than standard Go-Shu with a slightly higher residual sweetness to add balance to the fruitiness.

An alcohol content of 15% imparts the palate cleansing properties to the sake ensuring that any accompanying meal is fully appreciated. Nama is also a "Junmai" type of sake.

Tasting Note: Nama production uses less heat at the final refining stage and is kept in cool storage so it retains more fruity notes than standard Go-Shu.

Additional Details

SKU:
10741-NGB-UNIT
Size:
360
Container Type:
Bottle
Country:
Australia
Alcohol %:
15
Region:
Japan
Style:
Dry Sake
Varietal:
Sake

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