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Yoshinogawa

Yoshinogawa Yuzushu Citrus Liqueur

This Yuzushu is a blend of Yuzu juice with sake. Yuzu is a citrus fruit grown in Japan. Yuzushu is sweet and will show some cloudiness from the yuzu infusion. This is normal and best to shake the bottle before serving. Enjoy this liqueur with desserts such as ice cream or cakes.

Yoshinogawa Minamo Sousai Junmai

Yoshinogawa Yuzushu Non-Vintage

Made with real Yuzu juice, it shows some cloudyness with the pulp.Shake before serving chilled or over ice

Yoshinogawa Yuzu Sparkling Sake

Established in 1548, Yoshinogawa is located in the Niigata Prefecture in the small city of Nagaoka City and, is now in the hands of the 20th generation of the Kawakami Family. It is 5th oldest existing Sake brewery in Japan. Yoshinogawa is one of the largest sake producers in the Niigata prefecture which is a well known major premium rice producing area. Yoshinogawa is also the oldest sake producer in Niigata. The region is a known for its crisp, clean sake with a dry finish. Refreshing sparkling Sake with the addition of Japanese Yuzu juice. It shows the citrus aromas of Yuzu and grapefruit and the palate is elegant. The gentle bubbles, burst with Citrus fruits and just a hint of bitterness to balance the clean finish.

Yoshinogawa Gokujo Junmai Ginjo

Yoshinogawa Minamo JunmaiDaiginjo Non-Vintage

Yoshinogawa Ginjo Gokujo

Established in 1548, Yoshinogawa is located in the Niigata Prefecture in the small city of Nagaoka City and is today run by 19th generation owner Kawakami san. Gokujo meaning 'excellent' is crisp, clean, fragrant and silky smooth with a tight palate and soft acidity.

Yoshinogawa Gensen Karakuchi

Gensen Karakuchi means 'specially selected dry' . With a fruity nose, the palate has a tight structure with hints of citrus and a savoury, Umami aspect, finishing long and dry.