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Kubota Sagaminada Junmai Ginjo Yamadanishiki Muroka Namazake

Kubota Sagaminada Yamadanishiki Junmai Ginjō Muroka Namazake is made by polishing Yamadanishiki rice from Hyōgo to 50% and brewing it with traditional No. 9 Association yeast to take advantage of the well-balanced characteristics of the rice.
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Sake specs

Prefecture
Kanagawa (神奈川)
Rice type
Yamada Nishiki (山田錦)
Polishing rate (semaibuai)
50%
Alcohol content
16%
SMV
+2
Acidity
1.6
Kubota Sagaminada Yamadanishiki Junmai Ginjō Muroka Namazake (久保田 相模灘 純米吟醸 山田錦 無濾過生酒)


Kubota Sagaminada Yamadanishiki Junmai Ginjō Muroka Namazake (久保田 相模灘 純米吟醸 山田錦 無濾過生酒) is made by polishing Yamadanishiki rice from Hyōgo to 50% and brewing it with traditional No. 9 Association yeast to take advantage of the well-balanced characteristics of the rice. A stately food sake that combines the rich flavour of Yamadanishiki with the transparency of ginjō sake. Freshly squeezed and directly bottled without pasteurisation.


Kubota Sagaminada Yamadanishiki Junmai Ginjō Muroka Namazake (久保田 相模灘 純米吟醸 山田錦 無濾過生酒) Kubota Sagaminada Yamadanishiki Junmai Ginjō Muroka Namazake (久保田 相模灘 純米吟醸 山田錦 無濾過生酒) Kubota Sagaminada Yamadanishiki Junmai Ginjō Muroka Namazake (久保田 相模灘 純米吟醸 山田錦 無濾過生酒) Kubota Sagaminada Yamadanishiki Junmai Ginjō Muroka Namazake (久保田 相模灘 純米吟醸 山田錦 無濾過生酒) Kubota Sagaminada Yamadanishiki Junmai Ginjō Muroka Namazake (久保田 相模灘 純米吟醸 山田錦 無濾過生酒)


Kubota Sake Brewery Co., Ltd. (久保田酒造株式会社) Kubota Sake Brewery Co., Ltd. (久保田酒造株式会社)
Kubota Sake Brewery Co., Ltd. (久保田酒造株式会社) Kubota Sake Brewery Co., Ltd. (久保田酒造株式会社)

About the brewery

Brewery
Kubota Shuzō
Name in Japanese
久保田酒造
Address
〒252-0153 Kanagawa, Sagamihara, Midori-ku, Negoya 702
Phone
042-784-0045
Website
Online store
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Founded in 1844, Kubota Brewery is located along a tributary of the Sagami River, about ten kilometres deep into the mountains from the centre of Sagamihara City in north-western Kanagawa Prefecture. It is blessed with a relatively cool climate due to its mountainous location in the Kanto region. The brewery has been a wooden warehouse since the company's founding, and sake is brewed from October to March using the traditional cold brewing method rather than all year round. The temperature usually drops below freezing from December to February, when sake brewing is at its peak, to encourage long-term fermentation at low temperatures, which is essential for ginjo-style brewing. A dense forest grows to the south of the brewery, protecting it from direct sunlight throughout the year, so the temperature fluctuates steadily from daytime to nighttime.

The brewery uses spring water from the Tanzawa mountains to produce its Sagaminada sake. The brewery's area remains as rich in nature as it was when founded, with bamboo groves, wild vegetables in spring, and fireflies flitting about in summer. It has been used as a filming location for movies. Sagaminada's sake brewing is based on the basic ginjō style, but the ginjō aroma is only mild and natural.

Kubota offers brewery tours by prior arrangement. The number of visitors at any one time is limited to a maximum of thirty people. The tour lasts about twenty minutes and is followed by a tasting and sale at the shop next to the brewery. The tour, including tasting and sale, will take about one hour.

Latest reviews

Colour / hue
Pale Yellow
Clarity
Clear
This is the unfiltered, unpasteurised version of Sagaminada's Junmai Gingo Yamadanishiki: fruitier, with a nose of strawberries and bananas. Sweet approach, fruity scent of strawberries with Sagaminada's typical herbal bitterness that melts into a tingling sourness. Spicy finish. Very slight effervescence. Exquisite!

Kubota Sagaminada Yamadanishiki Junmai Ginjō Muroka Namazake
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Category
Junmai Ginjō
Added by
JREF
Views
711
Reviews
1
Last update
Rating
5.00 star(s) 1 ratings
Location
〒252-0153 神奈川県相模原市緑区根小屋702

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