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Grace Wine | Katsunuma

The barrel hall at Grace Wine in Japan

Grace Wine was established in 1923, in the Katsunuma province, the birthplace of the Japanese wine industry. Committed to the belief that great wine is made in the vineyard, Grace Wines were the first to research and introduce European training and pruning methods into their vineyards, such as introducing using long cordon training and Vertical Shoot Positioning in 1990. The wines here are made in a modern way to retain the delicate characteristics of Japan's individual and exciting Koshu grape variety.

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Grace Wine Koshu Kayagatake 2020

From £19.00 - per bottle
The freshness and elegance of this Koshu white wine is quite remarkable... Read More...

Grace Wine Private Reserve Koshu 2018

From £22.50 - per bottle
A sublimely crisp Koshu with an almost Chablis type razor sharp saltiness on the finish... Read More...