This wine is made from Koshu, Japan’s indigenous wine grape which can be traced back to 1186 when it was discovered growing wild at Katsunama in Yamanashi prefecture. It spends time on its lees to bring out some palate weight. This is very bright, high in acid and is gently aromatic with a slightly lactic note. Think Muscadet played on the black keys! Refreshing aromas of citrus fruits such as lemon, lime, sudachi and apple, nuance of toasted bread derived from Sur Lie Method appears. Drinks well with green salad, various sashimi or seafood dishes with toasty flavours such as fish pie, sautéed cuttlefish or seafood paella.