Little pocket rockets from Gozenshu

Gozenshu sake, is made with delicious water and brewer's rice. The Tsuji family founded Tsuji Honten in Katsuyama town, Okayama, Japan, in 1804. Soichiro and Maiko Tsuji, today's brother and sister team, are the seventh generation brewers (Maiko-san is one of Japan's few female toji!). The brewery began
by producing sake for the Miura family, local lords
who ruled over Katsuyama.

Little pocket rockets from Gozenshu
A great way to taste your way around different styles.
See the difference between junmai, ginjo and daiginjo.

Gozenshu Junmai Daiginjo Kei 300ml
Gozenshu Junmai Ginjo Nyoisan 300ml
Gozenshu Junmai Mimasaka 300ml
Gozenshu Tokubetsu Junmai Manetsu 300ml

Familiar favourites
Awarded the Gold award at the Australian Sake Association 2022 Awards
held in Sydney.

Partially filtered leaving some of the rice lees still in the bottle, this sake is zesty/lively flavoured and has a slightly chewy texture. An ancient bodaimoto method has been used to make this sake, which tends to yield slightly earthier and sourer sake. A fresh fragrance and a sweet and sour flavour with notes of zesty lemon, passion fruit and pepper.
Gozenshu Bodaimoto Nigori Hiire 720ml

Kijoshu is a special rare brew technique where sake is added to the final stage rather than water, resulting in a succulent soft sweeter taste. Using their bodaimoto technique to promote acidity Gozenshu prevent it
from being cloying. ­
Gozenshu Kijoshu 720ml

Gozenshu Junmai Nama Genshu Bodaimoto Nigori 720ml

Ordering Nama on our store

As these products are 'Nama' (unpasteurized), it must be sent
by Express post.

If you spend more than $150 on your order, you will receive standard free shipping.

It does not include express shipping; you must pay for express shipping
at the time of purchase. We advise ordering so it can be posted
on a Monday or Tuesday.

Masumi Sake Range
Shiro White

Named after the word "Shirotae," a type of white cloth made of tree bark; shirotae is a word now used mainly in the realm of Japanese classic poetry to express the color white that has an other-wordly mysteriousness. Like a beautiful shirotae, this wine is soft and pliable; with its light touch, Shiro is a perfect, easy-going, everday sake. Ideal for lunchtime sake-sipping. A "session sake" light enough
to enjoy all night.

Shiro sake is a junmai ginjo, made with sankei nishiki and hitogokochi rice varieties, polished 55%. Goes well with fresh greens salads with citrus accents, grilled shrimp & chicken, dairy and cheese dishes.­
Masumi SHIRO (White) 白妙 Junmai Ginjo 300ml­
Masumi SHIRO (White) 白妙 Junmai Ginjo 720ml
Masumi SHIRO (White) 白妙 Junmai Ginjo 1800ml

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