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Japanese sake

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Japanese sake is a Japanese national wine developed from the brewing method of Chinese yellow wine. Japanese people often say that sake is a gift from God. For more than 1,000 years, sake has been the most popular drink for Japanese people. At large banquets, in the wedding ceremony, people can see sake at the bar or on the table of ordinary people. Sake has become the quintessence of Japan.

Although Japanese sake is borrowed from the brewing method of Chinese rice wine, it is different from Chinese rice wine. The color of the wine is light yellow or colorless, clear and transparent, pleasant and pleasant, pure in taste, soft and refreshing, with acid, sweet, bitter, astringent and spicy flavors. The alcohol content is above 15%, containing various amino acids and vitamins. It is a nutritious drink.

The production process of Japanese sake is very elegant. The selected rice is subjected to microdermabrasion to make the rice white, easy to absorb water when immersed, and easy to steam; fermented into two stages before and after fermentation; sterilization treatment is carried out before and after bottling to ensure The shelf life of the wine; the specifications and standards are emphasized when blending the liquor. For example, the quality standard of “Songzhumei” sake is: alcohol content 18%, sugar content 35g/L, acid content below 0.3g/L.

According to Japanese law, special grade and first class sake must be sent to the relevant government departments for approval before being classified. Due to the high tax on Japanese sake, the premium wine tax is four times that of the second grade. Some wine merchants often sell with secondary products, so they are welcomed by the insiders. However, since 1992, this traditional taxonomy has been eliminated, replaced by the quality of the brewed raw materials, the temperature and time of fermentation, and whether or not to add edible alcohol, and labeled "pure rice wine", and The words "ultra-pure rice wine".

There are many brands of Japanese sake, and there are more than 400 kinds of Japanese sakes, and the naming methods vary. Some are named after the flowers, birds, beasts and natural scenery all year round, such as white vines and cranes; some are named after place names or places of interest, such as Fuji, Akita Jin, etc.; there are also raw materials, brewing methods or wines of sake. The tastes are named, such as Benguet, big brewing, pure rice wine, etc.; and various names are used for wine names, such as Fu Lushou, Guo Zhiyu, and the elderly.

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