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Sport in Japan, we love champagne and we also want to produce good

19:35  20 january  2022
19:35  20 january  2022 Source:   pressfrom.com

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Le Japon est le troisème plus gros importateur de champagne © mapo_japan / Shutterstock Japan is the third largest importer of Champagne

Japan wants to believe in its chances of producing among the best effervescent wines in the world . For the very first time, Champagne & Sparkling Wine World Championships (CSWC) that celebrates the best bubble wines of the planet received brewers from the Nippon archipelago. A participation that paid for the Ajimu domain.

known tourists thanks to its already well-honed tour offer, the Japanese domain Ajimu received a silver medal for its "sparkling" (effervescent in English) Ajimu Budoushu Koubou 2019 at the last international competition reserved for champagnes and effervescent wines . A competition orchestrated by the most respectful author of the middle, the British Tom Stevenson.

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The sparkling house Ajimu, which has benefited from a second bottle fermentation to get its bubbles just like in Champagne, has been designed with a grape variety that Europeans and Americans are very familiar with: Chardonnay. The iconic Grape Bourguignon has been planted in the prefecture of Oita, east of Kyushu, one of the five main islands of Japan. Here, the climate is favorable to the vine that benefits from the sunbath necessary for its growth. Since 2006, the wine estate borrowing the name of the city where it is located carries out its wines solely using locally harvested grapes. Year after year, Ajimu Winery has expanded its culture surfaces by planting Pinot Noir, Cabernet Franc, but also Koshu, one of the oldest varieties of grapes grown on the archipelago.

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This pink skin grape is also one of the flagship varieties of the Lumiere House. To the south of Tokyo, in the Prefecture of Yamanashi, this wine estate has chosen this grape variety to produce effervescent wines according to the traditional method. And their quality has already been recognized. In 2019, the "Glass of Bubbly" contest congratulated the Kakitsubata cuvée by attributing to the trophy "Forget Me Not" (do not forget me). Stuck out between the mountain and the rivers, the house works a soil favorable to viticulture due to the presence of a decomposed granite which allows to drain the rains. The harvest is manual. Very famous reference on the Nippon archipelago, Lumiere has already seized all the interest of the Oenotourism by developing a serious offer around a restaurant and guided tours that are offered in English. The domain, which cultivates nearly fifteen different grape varieties from the Spanish Tempranillo to the American Delaware, is the ownership of the oldest family working in wine in Japan. His story started in 1885.

The Japanese, these champagne lovers

the taste of the Nippon people for the bubbles is not recent either. Japan is indeed the third country that matters most caisses of Champagne, just behind the United States and the United Kingdom. Symbol of the art of living in French, the sparkling elixir is represented by a sample of 315 houses and brands deployed in the department stores of the archipelago. The Japanese are also connoisseurs. The prestigious house of Champagne lounge, whose productions are limited and reserve only to vintage juices, perfectly knows the Japanese market, which is one of its first buyers. If it is very complicated for the French to taste this exceptional drink, the FIRST Class travelers of the airline company have no harm in succumb for this crystalline liquid.

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