Ginjo sakes have light, floral, and fruity scents. In the mouth they are delicate, fragrant and complex. When it comes to Ginjo sakes, the rice is polished more than 60%. Special types of yeasts are used to ferment the rice, and all of this takes place at a very low temperature.
Our advice : Choose a Ginjo if you are looking for sake on floral and fruity notes, to enjoy as is, fresh or at room temperature, as an aperitif or during the meal, accompanied by a simple and refined cuisine.