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[Wine Tasting, Vineyards, in France] This short History sum-up is necessary because when you reach the facility in this urban landscape typical of large Japanese cities, you can't imagine that behind this square, modern building, a long tradition has been slowly brewing through more than a century.
[GrapeVine Trail] Saito Shuzo Sake Brewery (Japan) | GrapeVine Trail: Mr Fujimoto, showing a fermenter Fushimi, Kyoto Prefecture (Japan) There are several distinct sake regions in Japan, and Kyoto is one of them. Most of the wineries of the area are located in the Fushimi sector, and actually Fushimi is...
[Wine Experts Guide - Sniff Swirl Sip Experience] Wine Tasting, Vineyards, in France: Saito Shuzo Sake Brewery ...: Wine Tasting, Vineyards, in France: Saito Shuzo Sake Brewery
[winenightstand.com] Saito Shuzo Sake Brewery (Japan) winenightstand.com: « John Byrum Patagonia Wine Tasting .This entry was written by Admin, posted on March 27, 2012 at 10:02 pm , and filed under Wine Vineyard, with these tags: brewery, Japan, Saito, Sake, Shuzo.
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[Legacy Liquor Store] Sake 101 - Legacy Liquor Store: Sake One Baby g Junmai Genshu or Osake Nama Junmai Genshu chilled or warmed with ginger chicken, beef, lamb, or stronger cheeses, falafel or grilled vegetable skewers for vegetarian choices
[Shenyang Yabang Decorative Materials Co., Ltd.] SAITO SHUZO CO LTD: About Us: SAITO SHUZO co.,LTD EIKUNIn 1905 during the Taisho period in Japanese history, the EIKUN sake was adopted as the company's corporate brand name. Since then, the finest quality sake has been produced by Saito Sake Brewer known as EIKUN which is acknowledge today as the finest Sake produced in the Fushimi district of Japan famously known to sake lover for its premium brewed sake.
[kevinEats] kevinEats: Urasawa (Beverly Hills, CA) : We brought plenty of booze of our own, but decided to kick things off drink-wise with a sake, specifically the Harushika "Shiboribana" Junmai-Ginjo Namazake [$80], from Nara Prefecture. Namazake is, of course, unpasteurized sake and thus requires refrigeration (FYI: pasteurization is a process of heating the sake to around 150°F, meant to reduce the number of pathogens present and also to stabilize certain enzymes).
[Wine Blog Australia] Wine Blog Australia: Why Is Wine a Difficult Subject for Some?: wine reviews, tasting notes and wine club news .There is so much variety in wine that it stands alone from every other beverage, with perhaps the exception of beer.