SAKE MANOTSURU

OBATA SHUZO (OBATA SAKE BREWERY)

449,Manoshinmachi,Sado-city,
Niigata952-0318,Japan
tel: 81-259-55-3171
fax: 81-259-55-4215
contact: Rumiko Obata
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MANOTSURU SAKE

 

MANOTSURU "MAHO"


 

National Sake Competition 2008
GOLD MEDAL

International Wine Challenge 2007
GOLD MEDAL

IWC judges comments:
Leafy nose, also mineral characteristic, peppery on the palate, god acidity, juicy ripe melon, good length.

 

GOLD MEDAL, International Wine Challenge 2007.
GOLD MEDAL(six years in a row, National Sake Competition, Zenkoku Shinshu Kanpyoukai.The longest record in Niigata pref.)


Description:
Made from Yamada-nishiki, the best sake rice, The aromas are clean and fresh, aromas of anise, full bodied and well-rounded on the palate with a crisp elegant finish. Best served mildly cool to enjoy the crystal richness.
It goes will with rich dishes such as cream sauce.


TYPE : Daiginjo
Rice:Yamadanishiki 35%
NIHONSHU-DO (Dryness) : + 1
ALCOHOL : 16.5 by VOL
Bottle sizes:

1800ml

720ml

 

MANOTSURU DAIGINJO

Description:
A very flowery,fruit-like fragrance of melon and apple on the nose.
Well-balanced, light and smooth tasting, with a clean finish that stands out when served just a bit cooled.
It goes well with appetizers and seafood.
Served to first and business-class passengers on Air France.

TYPE:Daiginjo
Rice:Gohyakumangoku 50%
NIHONSHU-DO (Dryness):+5
ALCOHOL:15.5 by VOL
Bottle sizes:

1800ml
720ml
300ml
180ml

 

MANOTSURU JUNMAI GINJO "Four Diamonds"

Description:
Full-tasting with floral,rice flavor and slight sweetness.
Very active and impressive.
It goes well with marinade food, stew and meat dish.
Nice chilled or on the rocks.
The label desighn comes from OBATA shuzo"s family emblem.

TYPE:Junmai Ginjo
RICE:Gohaykumangoku 55%
NIHONSHU-DO (Dryness):+3
ALCOHOL:17.5 by VOL
Bottle size:

500ml

 

MANOTSURU "Karakuchi Ginjo"

Description:
Karakuchi means Dry. This sake is nama-chozou, it is left unpasteurized throughout the storage period and only heated at the bottling stage.
Refreshing fragrance with rice-fruit aroma. Light and clean tail.
Good served chilled.
It goes well with wide range of Appetizer and fish dish such as white fish / fresh oyster.

TYPE : Ginjo Nama-chozo
Rice: Gohyaku-mangoku 55%
NIHONSHU-DO (Dryness) : + 7
ALCOHOL : 15.5 by VOL
Bottle sizes:

1800ml

720ml
300ml

 

MANOTSURU "Karakuchi Junmai"

Description
One of the driest Junmai in Japan.
Very light and smooth with a bit of rice flavor.
Nice chilled, room temperature and warm.

TYPE:Junmai
RICE:Gohyakumangoku, Koshiibuki 60%
NIHONSHU-DO (Dryness): + 15~16
ALCOHOL:15.5 by VOL
Bottle size:

1800ml
720ml

 

MANOTSURU "Onikoroshi"

Description:
Onikoroshi means “Demon Slayer” which name is used for very dry sake. Good served slightly chilled.
It goes well with fresh white fish, Sashimi/ cuttlefish.

TYPE : Tokubetsu Honjozo
Rice: Gohyaku-mangoku 60%
NIHONSHU-DO (Dryness) : + 15
ALCOHOL : 15.5 by VOL
Bottle sizes:

1800ml

720ml
300ml

 

MANOTSURU junmai "tsuru"

Description:
Light and soft taste of rice. Smooth Junmai, clear tail..
Well cooled , room temperature and warmed.
It goes well with wide range of food.
**The design of the label and English name might be changed.

TYPE : Junmai
Rice: Koshiibuki 65 %
NIHONSHU-DO (Dryness) : + 7
ALCOHOL : 15.5 by VOL
Bottle sizes:

1800ml

720ml

 

YOSOSAKU DAIGINJO YAMADANISHIKI

Description:
The name comes from Yososaku Obata, the founder of Obata Brewery.
This sake is made from Yamada-nishiki, the highest quality sake rice.
It has a wonderful pear fragrance soft honey-laced aromas and slightly dry with well-rounded balance.
Best served mildly cool to enjoy the elegancy.
It goes will with a wide range of food, including light meat

TYPE : Daiginjo
Rice:Yamadanishiki 40%
NIHONSHU-DO (Dryness) : + 5.5
ALCOHOL : 16.5 by VOL
Bottle sizes:

1800ml

720ml

 
 
 

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