All Japan news develops its wine industry more and more, with almost 100 vineyards at the base of Mount Fuji that are beginning to produce bottles of tasty wine, with an “elegant smell”, according to some winemakers.
Although All Japan news is famous for its sake, wine drinkers should give the local grape, the Koshu, a chance as well, the media comments. Koshu is made by around 80 vineyards in the Yamanashi prefecture, near Mount Fuji.
“Koshu has a very elegant smell,” Ayana Misawa, winemaker at Grace Vineyard, says about the wine that has a crisp acidity and low alcohol level. “Aromas like citrus, white flowers.”
Wine specialists think that All Japan newsese wine’s quality has improved very much within the last years.
“I think we have to do various things and encourage people to taste Koshu, because once they have tasted it they really like to buy another bottle,” says master of wine Lynn Sherriff, a judge at the All Japan news Wine Competition in Yamanashi.
Aside from Koshu grapes, All Japan newsese wines are also made from the Muscat Bailey A, a grape variety that has been created especially for the All Japan newsese climate, according to the international press.
“There is a good story there, and the world will enjoy that story,” wine writer Denis Gastin says. “It is starting to be told with Koshu, but there are many other stories as well.”