Maruto Wine Company is one of Yamanashi’s wineries. It is a well-established winery with a history of more than 100 years, founded in 1890 by Osamu Omura in Katsunuma, Yamanashi Prefecture. In his book “Japanese Wine” (Hayakawa Shobo, 2003), Yamamoto Hiroshi, who is known for writing many wine books, said in a book about “Katsunuma wine, a winery that cannot ignore it and talk about Katsunuma wine. But there are two. “One of them is Maruto Wine Industry.
In addition to popularizing new wine styles using the Koshu type of sur lee method and barrel storage, European varieties such as Cabernet Sauvignon, Merlot, Petite Verdot, Chardonnay, Sauvignon Blanc are fenced in their own fields. It is cultivated in Japan and has been making steady efforts with a long-term perspective.
It has a pale-yellow color. There is a soothing aroma and a complex taste thanks several years of blending. The feeling of fruit feeling moderately lingering feels very comfortable. The concept of this wine is “I want you to enjoy it with food”, a table wine that embodies and embodies that desire!
Winner of the silver medal in the Japanese Wine Competition (2013 vintage), Rubaiyat Koshu Sur Lie is a more fruity Koshu wine made from grapes grown in Katsunuma. Its attack is slightly racy, much like Rubaiyat Koshu, and is just as lively. This wine, though, has a charming fruity aroma that leads into a pulpy body with a clean acidity and faint candied-fruit sweetness. A food-friendly wine, it’s excellent for Japanese cuisine and fish.