Here wine does not refer to western grape wine. It refers to Japanese wine - in Japan, it is called Nihonshu or Sake. It is an alcoholic beverage that is made from fermented rice. Sake is sometimes called "rice wine" but the brewing process is more akin to beer, converting starch to sugar for the fermentation process. Stems from Chinese cooking wine, there are two famous sakes: Ginjo-shu and Daiginjo-shu.
Sakes is born in Asia and naturally enjoyed by the local people of many Asian countries, especially in China, Japan and Korea. Nowadays because of the nutritional value, it is getting more and more popular in the world. Sakes often have a low alcohol degree (about 18%), but contain many essential amino acids and various trace elements, so it is usually considered as the nutritious wine. And studies have shown that sakes also protecting liver, anti-human aging.
With the mellow, rich fragrance and crystal clear appearance, collecting the characteristic quality of traditonal Japanese spirits. It will lead you to endless after tasting.