DATÉ SEVEN -EPISODE VII - THE FINAL
Brewery: KATSUYAMA SHUZO
Daté Seven -Episode VII - the Final. The tale of a collaboration of 7 Saké breweries over 7 years.
In this final year, the saké brewing roles were split up as follows:
Lead Brewery - Katsuyama Shuzo (Katsuyama , Sensho Masamune)
The lead brewery is where the saké was brewed and the brewery that was responsible for the entire saké making process - the “Toji” for this product.
Seimai/Rice polishing - Niizawa Jozoten (Hakurakusei,Atagonomatsu)
Rice processing/washing and steaming - Kanbai Shuzo (Miyakanbai, Osaki)
Koji making - Hagino Shuzo (Hagi no Tsuru, Hiwata)
Shubo/Fermentation starter - Kawakei Shoten (Koganesawa, Tachibanaya)
Moromi/Main Fermentation - Suminoe Shuzo (Suminoe, Tanikaze,Benkeimisaki)
Pressing - Yamawa Shuzoten (Yamawa/Washigakuni)
The final edition specs:
Rice: Yamada Nishiki
Yeast: special Daté Seven Miyagi yeast (maybe similar equivalent to 1801)
Milling rate: 45%
It’s a very smooth, elegant Junmai Daiginjo saké with wonderful ginjo aromas - a quintessential Yamada Nishiki saké that is a fitting end to an era.
- Brewery: SENDAI ISAWAKE KATSUYAMA SHUZO
- Region: Miyagi
- Classification: Junmai Daiginjo
- Item Code: 164821
- %ALC/VOL: 16%
- Net Volume: 720ml
- Rice: Yamadanishiki
- Rice Polishing Rate: 45%
- SMV (Sake Meter Value):
- Serve: Cold | Well chilled | Room Temperature
- Food Pairing: All cuisines
Nippon Food Distributors is Australia's official importer and distributor of Katsuyama Saké.