Yamahai Junmai “Old Cabin”

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Yuki No Bosha

Yamahai Junmai “Old Cabin”

Region: Japan / Akita

Unlike most yamahais, Yuki No Bosha is mellow and elegant. Many sake drinkers are surprised that this is a yamahai because it does not have the gamey and funky character that most do. However, it still shows some of the nutty and oily dimensions of a yamahai.

Grand Prize

U.S. National Sake Appraisal

Commendation

International Wine Challenge

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tasting note

Overall, mellow and well balanced. Notes of roasted chestnuts, brown butter, and honey on the nose and palate; gentle acidity in the finish.

food pairing

Enjoy from room temperature to mildly heated with pork belly, shabu shabu, and hard, nutty cheese.

Region: Akita
Grade: Yamahai Junmai
Nihonshudo: +1.0
Alcohol Percentage: 16

points of distinction

  • Mellow and elegant
  • Many sake drinkers are surprised that this is a yamahai because it does not have the gamey and funky character that most do.
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