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2021 Chateau Mercian, Koshu, Yamanashi
This dry white wine offers a rich mid-palate texture with umami. Koshu, a native Japanese grape. variety Pale yellow colour. Refreshing aromas of citrus fruits such as lemon, lime, and apple, nuance of toasted bread derived from the lees ageing. Fresh acidity is accented by pleasant astringency extracted from the skin of Koshu grapes.
1x75cl ⋅ Duty Paid£22.30 / Bottle£18.58 excl. VAT / Bottle
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2021 Chateau Mercian, Koshu Gris de Gris
Since 1995, Mitsuhiro Anzo has made wine at Chateau Mercian. This wine is made from Koshu grapes (480 hectares in Japan) which are grown in the North West of Tokyo (Fuefuki district, Yamanashi prefecture) at over 400 metres altitude. The grapes are picked at the end of September to early October. Three weeks are spent on skins to achieve the vibrant orange hue. After a classic fermentation process, the wine is aged in oak barrels for 8 months. 

Decanter 91/100 
Gold Medal at Sommelier Wine Awards 2020 
Silver medal at International Wine Competition 2019
1x75cl ⋅ Duty Paid£23.80 / Bottle£19.83 excl. VAT / Bottle
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