100% Delaware. Daidai-iro refers to a deeper hue of orange which is also how the wine appears in the glass. The wine was macerated carbonically on skins for a week and remained on its skins for another week after fermentation before being transferred to stainless steel tank to age for 4 months.
What you can expect:
Wonderfully aromatic with a savoury edge that you can discern right away. The fragrance is almost Gamay-like in its fruitiness. Once in the mouth, the aromatic fireworks continue with appetising notes of jasmine and preserved prune. Quite complex and yet very approachable. A happy drink.
About Fujimaru Wineries | Japan
Fujimaru Wineries is the project of Satoshi Fujimaru, a leading retailer and distributor of natural wine in Japan. He has two "urban wineries", one in the centre of Osaka near the old food markets, and one in a warehouse district in Tokyo. The wineries are setup with the idea being that the grapes should be sourced from as close as possible.