Grace Wine wine producer
Grace Wine is the trading name of Chuo Budoshu, a 4th-generation family-owned winery in Yamanashi Prefecture, home to most of Japan’s vineyards. Established in 1923 by Chotaro Misawa, the winery is today run by his great-grandson Shikegazu Misawa. His daughter Ayana is the winemaker, having trained in Bordeaux and Stellenbosch.
They are champions of Japan’s indigenous Koshu grape, and pioneers in growing vines using Vertical Shoot Positioning training methods to reduce yields and increase concentration, rather than on the traditional high pergolas that are better suited to table grapes.
Best known for their range of Koshu whites, they also produce Bordeaux blend reds and rosés, as well as Chardonnay and Pinot Noir.
Decanting Club wines made by: Grace Wine
From Yamanashi, Japan
Grace, Koshu, Private Reserve
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