In 1717, when Sawanotsuru was founded in the land of Nada and Nishigo, the land that flourished as a sacred place for sake making was called "Minume". "Kimoto making Junmai Daiginjo Minume" was named after its name. It is Junmai Daiginjo kimoto making built with 100% of the king of sake rice "Hyogo ken Yamada Nishiki", polished up to 45% luxuriously, in the natural water "Nada no Miyamizu" of the Rokko Mountain system . Make full use of the taste of rice by making kimoto to maximize the taste of the mainstream with richness and richness and elegance like forest like a refined scent, collecting the trend of the technique of traditional Sawanotsuru, It is a confidence work that brewed.
A rich and refreshing bund The taste of the mainstream and a refined fragrance like a forest