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Grace Wine Koshu Kayagatake 2018

The Grace Wine Kayagatake is made from Japan's most important indigenous grape variety, Koshu. The grapes for this wine are grown in distinctively volcanic soils with good drainage, providing excellent growing conditions for the Koshu grape. The freshness and elegance of this wine is quite remarkable. Layered aromas of green apple, lime and gooseberry combine with notes of lilac, camomile and delicate spice. Bone dry and smooth on the palate with cool-climate acidity providing refreshing balance to the rich fruit. This is youthful and energetic.

Wine File
Producer:
Grace Wine
Country:
Japan
Region:
Yamanashi Province
Style:
White Wine
Primary Grape(s):
Koshu
Bottle Size:
75cl
Alcohol:
11.5%
Closure:
Screw Cap
Vegan:
Yes
Contains Sulphites:
Yes
Units Per Bottle:
8.63
£18.95
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The Producer 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...

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The Primary Grape Wine By Grape Variety | Koshu

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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...

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