Japanese Wines

A selection of Japanese wines 

The Yamanashi Prefecture at the base of Mount Fuji is home to Japan's Koshu grape. Grown for year without the realisation of its true potential and produced with the domestic market in mind it is understandable why the Japanese wine industry was not globally renowned. All this is changing as a select number of producers have been making wine from Koshu with the utmost care since the mid-90s. Their belief in Koshu becoming the signature grape of Japan is so strong that they now have their sights firmly set on the hyper competitive export market. The Koshu producers have replanted their vines moving from bush vines to trellis. Their efforts have been a real success and modern Koshu is bone-dry, light and crisp with subtle citrus flavours. For Japanese cuisine there is no better match, and Grace Winery is a leader in the field.

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Japanese Wines

A selection of Japanese wines 

The Yamanashi Prefecture at the base of Mount Fuji is home to Japan's Koshu grape. Grown for year without the realisation of its true potential and produced with the domestic market in mind it is understandable why the Japanese wine industry was not globally renowned. All this is changing as a select number of producers have been making wine from Koshu with the utmost care since the mid-90s. Their belief in Koshu becoming the signature grape of Japan is so strong that they now have their sights firmly set on the hyper competitive export market. The Koshu producers have replanted their vines moving from bush vines to trellis. Their efforts have been a real success and modern Koshu is bone-dry, light and crisp with subtle citrus flavours. For Japanese cuisine there is no better match, and Grace Winery is a leader in the field.

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