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Matsunoi "Wishing Well' Tokubetsu Honjozo Sake Review

Sake: Matsunoi "Wishing Well' Tokubetsu Honjozo 

A complex sake that would appeal to those looking for a different path.

Size: 750mL

Proof: 30 (15% ABV)

Origin: Japan

Distillery: Matsunoi Shuzojo

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Detailed Description

Made by sake master Toshi Adachi, who has been making sake for over a half century. Served Chilled or at room temperature, this sake shows aromas of peach, almond, and hazelnut. Crisp, nutty and dry on the palate, it is wonderful with food, especially fried fish.

Matsunoi "Wishing Well' Tokubetsu Honjozo Sake Tasting Notes

Nose: The Nose is this sake shows aromas of peach, almond, and hazelnut.

Palate: The palate is Crisp, nutty and dry on the palate.

Finish: Smooth and delicious finish.

Distillery Information

Matsunoi Shuzojo, one of the smallest breweries, has won more gold medals than any other breweries in Niigata at Japan National Sake Competition in the last decade including 2015, 2014, 2012, 2011, 2010, & 2007. As the production is so limited, most of their sake is consumed in their hometown, being loved by local sake connoisseurs. A hidden gem of the city of Tokamachi, a snowy small town located in southwest Niigata Prefecture.

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