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Ginban Banshu 50 Junmai Daiginjo

A light elegant junmai daiginjō made from the waters of the Kurobe River in Toyama.
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Sake specs

Prefecture
Toyama (富山)
Rice type
Yamada Nishiki (山田錦)
Polishing rate (semaibuai)
50%
Alcohol content
15%
SMV
+6
Acidity
1.2
Amino acid level
1.3
Ginban Banshu 50 Junmai Daiginjō (銀盤 純米大吟醸 播州50) is an exquisite and affordable premium sake from Toyama Prefecture. It is a daiginjō of mellow aroma, full-bodied and full-flavoured. Although the website states that it is produced of Yamada Nishiki rice, the label says "domestic rice" polished down to 50 per cent.

Ginban Banshu 50 Junmai Daiginjō (銀盤 純米大吟醸 播州50)


Ginban Banshu 50 Junmai Daiginjō (銀盤 純米大吟醸 播州50) Ginban Banshu 50 Junmai Daiginjō (銀盤 純米大吟醸 播州50)

Ginban Banshu 50 Junmai Daiginjō (銀盤 純米大吟醸 播州50) Ginban Banshu 50 Junmai Daiginjō (銀盤 純米大吟醸 播州50)

About the brewery

Brewery
Ginban Shuzō
Name in Japanese
銀盤酒造
Address
4853-3 Ogyu, Kurobe, Toyama 938-0801
Phone
0765-541-181
Website
Ginban Brewery is located in Kurobe City, Toyama Prefecture, in a scenic natural environment overlooking the Kurobe Gorge in the Northern Alps. Sake brewing started in September 1897 in Ogyu Village (荻生), where sake had been produced since ancient times. Ginban Brewery was formally set up in 1910. In 1985, the Environmental Agency selected the Kurobe River alluvial springs as one of Japan's 100 best water sources. Kurobe River ranks fourth in the clear stream ranking of the Ministry of Construction. Ginban Brewery has been cultivating Yoneyamada Nishiki rice from Hyōgo Prefecture, polished with computer-controlled brewing machines and large tanks. The brewery also produces mirin, shochu, and vodka. The brewery has been awarded the "National New Sake Appraisal Gold Award" (全国新酒鑑評会金賞 Zenkoku Shinshu kanpyōkai kinshō) 26 times.

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Elegant and très buvable!
Colour / hue
Colourless
Clarity
Clear
A fruity nose reminiscent of green apples and a hint of pineapple. A touch of tanrei, sweetish at first taste, mild and elegant. Very easy to drink. It was hard not to finish the bottle in one sitting.
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sake information

Category
Junmai Daiginjō
Added by
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Reviews
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Rating
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Location
〒938-0801 富山県黒部市荻生4853-3

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