Japanese White Wine

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. 

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, they were the first to research and introduce European training and pruning methods introducing such as using long cordon training and Vertical Shoot Positioning in 1990. The wines are made in a modern way to retain the delicate characteristics of this individual and exciting grape variety.

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