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Wine By Grape Variety | Koshu

Organic vines in vineyard

The Koshu grape is one of the most visually appealing grape varieties grown in the world today and its rose-colored berries have been grown in Japan for more than 1000 years. It was developed from grapes that travelled the Silk Road across Central Asia from the Caucasus to China and then to Japan. 

The distinctively Japanese Koshu grape is grown primarily in Yamanashi Prefecture, at the base of Mount Fuji, here the climatic extremes of heat and cold, long days of summer sunlight, and well-drained volcanic soils are especially suited for cultivating grapes.

Koshu wines are known for light body, strong minerality and restrained flavors of white peach and citrus. Fashionable sommeliers around the world are starting to take notice of this little-known Japanese specialty.


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...