Technical sheet :

Grape Variety Muscat Bailey A & Koshu. Fortified with spirits from Cognac, France.

Country Japan

Region Yamanashi

Alcohol Degree 16%

Vinification Madeira style

Sweetness Very Sweet

Grace Shugoro No Vin NV

Sweet/Fortified Wine - Grace

HK $266

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TASTING NOTES:

Calming garnet with an orange rim. Intense and complex ripe bouquet of figs, raisins, dry flowers, bitter chocolate. Richly sweet and mellow on the pallet, pure, with a long finish.

HISTORY

Grace Winery, (company name “Chuo Budoshu” in Japanese) was established in 1923 in Katsunuma, the birthplace of Japan’s wine industry and today the wine hub of Japan. Their brand name "Grace Wine" is named after the Three Graces. They believe good wines come from grapes which bear the characters of the place they originated from. They make constant effort to improve how grapes are grown in order to enhance their quality.

After successful attempts as pioneers to adopt Vertical Shoot Positioning for Cabernet Sauvignon and Chardonnay in 1990 in order to enhance flavour concentration, they expanded their vineyard holdings and applied the same techniques to Merlot and Petit Verdot. In 2002, they added to their portfolio the Misawa vineyard which employs the same grape-growing philosophy. Their Koshu grapes, the signature grape variety of Japan, are grown along the mountainous area of the region, which lead to wines with more concentration and minerality. It is Grace’s vision to always bring the highest quality wines and the joy of wine drinking to you.

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