Utage Banquet Collection 23-year Vintage (500 Set Ltd. Edition, Warranty Card Inc.)
Seller: Takumi Sosei
Specially selected sake for gourmet experiences and pairings, this limited collection is a great addition to your next fine dining experience!
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Three bottles of vintage sake with a robust flavor and aroma, ideal for pairing with rich seafood and meat dishes. Create a one-of-a-kind dining experience with unique and limited edition vintages from Western Japan, guaranteed by a numbered certificate. (1999 Fukumitsuya / Fukumitsuya brewery) 65% polished rice, 15% alcohol by volume. A balance of acidity and sweetness like that of apricot jam with a spreading caramel fragrance thanks to a long brewing period. (2003 Yamabuki / Kinmon Akita brewery) 70% polished rice, 19% alcohol by volume. The flavor of cacao is punctuated by cinnamon and cumin, unfolding into an exotic fragrance. This sake is also delicious enjoyed warm. (2009 Hanagaki / Nanbu brewery) 60% polished rice 17% alcohol by volume. Expertly brewed junmai that expressed the oriental spiciness of cumin and nutmeg.
- Product weight: 1567 gr
- Product height: 8 cm
- Product width: 23 cm
- Product length: 23 cm
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Utage Banquet Collection 23-year Vintage (500 Set Ltd. Edition, Warranty Card Inc.) is produced in Ishikawa prefecture.
Fukumitsuya is the brewery with the longest history in Kanazawa, founded in 1625. In 2001, the company realized a pure rice brewery using rice cultivated under contract since 1960, limpid brewing water obtained over a hundred years at the foot of Mount Hakusan. Today, the company is also involved in the development of cosmetics and food products, utilizing the rice fermentation technology it has cultivated over the years, and is developing directly managed stores and exports to promote sake as a part of Japanese culture both domestically and internationally.