This sake invites you to focus on the balance of acids and residual sugars. One notch less polished, rice so much to express itself more in a suavity specific to Yamada.
It will nevertheless be necessary to wait a minimum of a year for the sugars to concentrate and release the potential of this sake.
From then on and for at least five years at each tasting, the mouth will evolve, sometimes declining on pear and melon from the Andes, more and more ripe.
With white fish or crab meat, the fusion is complete.
Yamada Nishiki Rice Polish 40%
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