Why not try CHOYA DRY with Sushi? They taste perfect together. In Japan, it is said that sake drinkers rarely eat sushi rice and this is probably due to the natural acidic nature of sake reacting with the vinegar used in the seasoning of sushi rice. Similarly, the natural occurring acidity in red and white wines often impairs the fresh taste of classic fish dishes, particularly if the wines are not selected correctly. Not surprisingly, this also applies to sushi. So, what’s the best alcoholic drink to enjoy with sushi and fish dishes? CHOYA discovered that the delicate acidic balance in ume fruit naturally complements the taste of sushi, however umeshu is generally very sweet. By fermenting ripe ume fruit rather than macerating in alcohol and sugar reduces the overall sweetness, which is used to create a new style of ume wine that is perfect with sushi and fish dishes. If you like sushi, enjoy a chilled glass of CHOYA DRY for the perfect food and drink pairing.

Ein Wein zu Sushi – Choya Dry ist da! Man sagt, dass japanischer Reiswein und Sushi nicht zusammen genossen werden. Die im Reiswein enthaltene Säure und der mit Essig gesäuerte Sushireis passen nicht gut zusammen.Genauso verstärken die Säure im Rot- und Weißwein den Fischgeruch. Choya hat entdeckt, dass die organische Säure der Ume den Sushigeschmack verstärkt. Unser aus voll gereiften Ume-Früchten fermentierter Choya Dry passt sehr gut zu Sushi und Fisch-Gerichten und ergibt geschmacklich eine sehr ausgewogene Balance. Geniessen Sie besten Sushi-Geschmack durch Choya Dry in einem gekühlten Glas.

Alcohol: 10% alc./vol.
Volume: 750ml
Ingredients: Japanese ume fruit, sugar
Category: fruit wine
*Natural ingredients, No sulfites added

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