Japanese White Wines

Japanese white wine is fast becoming a phenomenon among wine enthusiasts, with its typically soft, fruity bouquet and pale, straw colour. The Grace Koshu Private Reserve, in particular, combines white pear and citrus to create a wine which reaches heights worthy of the country’s impressive Mt. Fuji. Perfect with sushi, it kisses the back of the throat delicately always inviting another sip. The Grace Koshu Kayagatake Yamanashi leaves such an impression that you will wonder why you haven’t tried it before, giving off an elegant balance of grapefruit and citrus. Wine that deserves wider praise, this will always leave you wanting more. 

Japanese White Wines

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Grace Koshu Kayagatake...

Country - Japan

Region - Yamanashi province

Grape Varieties - Koshu 100%

Alcohol by volume - 11.5%

Bottle - 75cl

Producer - Grace Winery

Tasting notes - Light and floral in style, the freshness and elegance of this wine is quite remarkable. Delicate flavours of Japanese pear, green apple and herbaceous notes of fennel and lemongrass are backed by a thirst-quenching acidity, delicious peppered spice nuances and a tangy finish.

Awards

Gold, DWWA, 2018

£17.29 Price

Grace Koshu Private Reserve...

Country - Japan

Region - Yamanashi province

Grape Varieties - Koshu 100%

Alcohol by volume - 12%

Bottle - 75cl

Producer - Grace Winery

Tasting notes - Pure, sublimely crisp and mineral in style, this wine is fresh and elegant with subtle notes of citrus fruit and white pear. The palate, like the nose shows white fruits and spicy white pepper notes with a savoury note on the finish. 

Awards

Silver, IWC, 2017

Platinum - Best Asian White, DWWA, 2017

£20.78 Price

Grace Koshu Hishiyama...

Platinum medal and Best Asia White Decanter World Wine Awards

Country - Japan

Region - Yamanashi province

Grape Varieties - Koshu 100%

Alcohol by volume - 11.5%

Bottle - 75cl

Producer - Grace Winery

Tasting notes - Ethereal and elegant, similar to the Kayagatake but like the bigger brother – more depth on the nose, this has melon but also peach, minerality in there in spades from the complex granite soils found in the Hishiyama district. Again the remarkable freshness and elegance of the Koshu is present but with a linear, crisp, length with gorgeous mouth watering acidity and wonderful minerals and peaches on the finish - this leans towards a classy Albariño or Cru Chablis.

£21.06 Price