Sweetness: Medium Sweet
This sake is made from the King of Sakamai, Yamadanishiki, It has a a mild fruity nose (for a juyondai), and a sweet rice flavour. Polished to 50%, it can technically be called a Daiginjo, but the brewery decided to just call it a Ginjo Sake.
A milder, less sweet style of Juyondai, it has good balance.
Bottled on June 2022