Grand Polaire Japanese Wine Set - Nagano Furusato Chardonnay with 3 Types of Pickles

Seller: Tomiya
Producer: Sapporo Beer
ID: 79
The citrusy aroma of pineapple with a hint of earthy oak… This award-winning chardonnay is delectable when paired with Japanese home-grown pickles.
¥ 6,500
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Nagano Furusato Vineyard’s Chardonnay is a dry yet soft Japanese wine with a rich aroma reminiscent of pineapple and a hint of oak. It has been recognized with the Bronze Prize at the 47th International Wine and Spirits Competition, 2016. Wine: White, dry   Best drinking temperature: 10-12℃. Food Recommendations: Fried shrimp, grilled chicken, etc. Characteristics: Dry, yet soft, this Japanese wine harmonizes the rich aromas of oak and pineapple. The winemaker Grand Polaire creates wines that celebrate the Japanese climates of Hokkaido, Nagano, Yamanashi, and Okayama, bringing out the individuality of their domestic grapes in well-balanced wines. Located near the Chikuma River, Sapporo’s own vineyard, Furusato Vineyard, was established in 1975 in the Asakawa River basin area, which is known for its natural scenery. Pickled garlic from the Shirakami Mountains Try Tomiya Shoten’s original pickled garlic, which features garlic from the mountain ranges of Shirakami Sanchi, and the innovative transparent soy sauce that has recently been gaining popularity in the world of gastronomy. Eaten as-is, this pickled garlic is a zesty palate-cleanser; while it can also be chopped up and sprinkled over any salad or pasta dish to provide crunch and contrasting flavor Akita Myoga Pickles (Ume Jiso Flavor) Featuring Akita prefecture’s zingy myoga (Japanese ginger), these myoga pickles can be chopped up and used as condiments, while the juice can amp up any dressing or sauce. Yuzawa Warabi and Kelp Pickled in Soy Sauce Delicious on it’s own as a snack, or as a side dish to complement rice, these pickles will pep up your palate. This product is made with warabi (bracken) from Akita Prefecture, kelp from Hokkaido, and soy sauce from Ishimago Shoten, a brewer in Yuzawa.
Technical Details
  • Product weight: 2450 gr
  • Product height: 9 cm
  • Product width: 34 cm
  • Product length: 22 cm
Grand Polaire Japanese Wine Set - Nagano Furusato Chardonnay with 3 Types of Pickles is produced in Hokkaido prefecture.
Sapporo Beer
Hokkaido Prefecture
Sapporo Beer is Japan’s oldest beer brand. Its adventurous founder, Seibei Nakagawa, left Japan at the age of 17 and became Japan’s first German-trained brewer. After returning to his home country in 1976, he established Sapporo Beer. In 1964, sales of Sapporo beer began in the United States, and today, it is the top-selling Asian beer brand in the U.S.