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Japan has a long viticultural history however it was almost always for table consumption. It was not until the second half of the 19th century that domestic wine production using locally produced grapes really began. New wave Japanese wines are light-bodied and often relatively crisp. Leading the way in Japanese wine production is Grace Wine, located in the heartland of the Koshu vineyards of Yamanashi and focusing solely on producing amazing quality Koshu wines.

 

 

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...

The Japanese Bitters Yuzu

£28.95
A concentrate of bitter citrus fruits that land somewhere between grapefruit and lime... Read More...

Kaikyo Distillery Hatozaki Pure Malt - 70cl | 46% ABV

£47.00
Round, generous & unpeated there is a light smoky undertone & aromatic honey finish... Read More...

Nikka Days Blended Whisky - 70cl | 40% ABV

£38.00
Nikka's creamy, smooth & easy-drinking blended Japanese whisky... Read More...

The Japanese Bitters Shiso

£28.95
Mint-like with a faint aroma of cinnamon... Read More...

The Japanese Bitters Umami

£28.95
A wonderful Japanese Bitters that perfectly captures the elusive 'fifth taste'... Read More...