Hakutsuru Plum Wine 750ML
Using selected Japanese Plum, "Ume", Hakutsuru Plum Wine has been brewed with highly developed fermentation skills and technique. It is characterized by its refreshing semi-sweet, sour taste and well-matured aroma from plum fruit.
The Hakutsuru Sake Brewing Company was founded in 1743, in the middle of Japan's Edo period. Records show that the company started with a single brewhouse and had a total production volume of 32 kiloliters. The name "Hakutsuru" has a long tradition, first coming into use in 1747, four years after the company's founding.
In those days, many sake brand names were used in common, such as Masamune or Tsuru, and it was difficult to tell which brewery a sake came from by its name. To make the distinction clear, we originally named our high-grade sake "Hakutsuru" (meaning "white crane") to set it apart. The Japanese crane's reserved character and graceful appearance, and the cultural association of seeing the crane in flight as an auspicious sign, make the crane an ideal symbol to represent the excellent quality of our sake.
||Depth 7.8×Width 7.8×Height 29.7 (cm)
||Depth 27×Width 35×Height 33 (cm)
||Item 1.55, Case 19.00
||49 02650 26952 2
||149 02650 26956 7
||12 Bottles per carton
||Plum fruit juice, Natural Flavor
||By using the same method of wine, Hakutsuru Plum Wine has been brewed as TRUE PLUM WINE. It is characterized by its refreshing semi-sweet, sour taste and well-matured aroma from plum fruit. Hakutsuru Plum Wine gives you totally different taste experience from any other plum wine you've ever had.
* It's "Real" PLUM WINE not Umeshu:
Hakutusuru Plum wine is made from plum juice and fermented by yeast just like wine.
What generally called "Umeshu" is in fact made with plum steep in Schochu as known as "Soju".
||Chilled, Room Temperature
||Sweet to Medium, Medium
|Way to consume
||With Food: For aperitif or dessert wine.
Other way to consume:
Plum Wine and Soda
Fill a glass up to one third with Plum Wine, add soda and garnish with a slice of lemon.
Plum Wine Frappe
Pour some Plum Wine on pounded ice. Wait till it melt little and you can enjoy your slightly sour but refreshing frappe.