La maison de saké MASUDA SHUZO

Sake brewery

桝田酒造店

Masuda Shuzo Ten

Hokuriku Region: Toyama

Created in the North of Japan, the Masuda brewery is today located in the Toyama region, between the sea and the mountains.

A forerunner in the art of sake, the house began 40 years ago by making ginjo, a little-known name at the time.

The current toji, Mr Hatanaka, who comes from a family of five generations of master brewers, has shown remarkable talent from the very beginning and quickly obtained conclusive results from the most passionate people.

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Masuizumi

Masuizumi

Product brand

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Junmai Ginjo

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Junmai Ginjo

Product name

満寿泉 純米吟醸

Floral and fruity sake balanced with a certain minerality.

Sweet
Fruity
Mineral
Classification:
Junmai Ginjo
Junmai Ginjo

Grade of sake, also called “pure rice”, composed of water, rice and koji, with rice polished to more than 40%. Sake with more present rice aromas.

Alcohol:
15,5%
Volume:
720 mL
Pairings:
Fish (sea bream ceviche, amberjack)
Type :
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Rice:
Yamadanishiki
Yamadanishiki

Considered the best rice for sake, and gives rich, fruity aromas.

Polishing:
58% (of the rice grains remaining)
58% (of the rice grains remaining)
Temperature:
logo frais Cold
REF: 200769
200769 Le Masuizumi
200769 Le Masuizumi

Masuizumi

Masuizumi

Product brand

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Junmai Daiginjo Special

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Junmai Daiginjo Special

Product name

満寿泉 純米大吟醸 SPECIAL

Sake with woody notes and the acidity of grapes thanks to its ageing in barrels of Domaine Ramonet wine.

Woody
Aged
Aromatic
Classification:
Junmai Daiginjo
Junmai Daiginjo

Grade of sake, also called “pure rice”, composed of water, rice and koji, with rice polished to more than 50%. Complex sake with pronounced aromas and refined and harmonious flavors.

Alcohol:
16%
Volume:
Acidic
Pairings:
Aperitif, meat (lean)
Type :
Rice:
Yamadanishiki
Yamadanishiki

Considered the best rice for sake, and gives rich, fruity aromas.

Polishing:
50% (of the rice grains remaining)
50% (of the rice grains remaining)
Temperature:
logo frais Cold
REF: 200768
200768 Le Masuizumi« Junmai Daiginjo Special » de la maison saké Masuda Shuzo Ten

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