The history of Akashi Sake Brewery stretches back to the end of the Tokugawa Period (1600-1867) when the company produced soy sauce and traded in rice.
An innovative sparkling sake from Akashi-Tai. Naturally fermented in the bottle to preserve the zesty, fruity character of freshly brewed sake.
A light delicate sake made by macerating the Japanese Yuzu fruit in Ginjo sake. Each Yuzu fruit is hand selected locally in Hyogo prefecture and immediately hand-juiced to maintain the highest level of ...
This plum-infused sake uses ginjo grade sake to gently extract the fruit essence. After being marinated for 6 months the fruits are removed from the tank then Shiraume Umeshu is left to age for a further two years. D...
Made using Yamada Nishiki rice grown in Hyogo Prefecture. A brew master watches over the koji for 72 hours — without sleeping — to ensure the absolute ﬁnest of sakes.
Usual Price £16.99 | Save £3.00
Akashi-Tai Honjozo Sake is a traditional sake, made using high quality rice that has been only lightly milled removing only 30% of the outer (bran) layer of the rice. Lighter in style than other sakes, this has...
This is an En Primeur Wine, which is currently lying at the Chateau/Domaine and is not available for immediate delivery.
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Wines can only be purchased by the unmixed case and are usually delivered two years after the vintage. Storage charges may apply.