Experience Japanese wines that have astounded the world

Japanese wines have begun to gain appreciation among wine connoisseurs. These wine-makers are hailed above all for their unique approaches – for example, in striving to provide perfect matches with Japanese cuisine.

The Enisi proudly presents a rich collection of Japanese wines appreciated by connoisseurs.

Barrel Selection Rouge
Barrel Selection Rouge

Barrel Selection Rouge
Description:    A challenger to established wines from Yamanashi and Nagano, this wine from Yamagata was served for world leaders at the Ise-Shima Summit.
Winery:     Asahicho Wine in Yamagata
Year:        2014
Wine body:    Medium
Grape variety:    Muscat Bailey A

Silver Zweigeltrebe Red
Silver Zweigeltrebe Red

Silver Zweigeltrebe Red
Description:    Enjoy the changing fragrance from the moment the wine is poured into your glass.
Winery:     Edel Wine in Iwate
Year:        2012
Wine body:    Full
Grape variety:    Zweigeltrebe

Kokoro no Shizuku Red
Kokoro no Shizuku Red

Kokoro no Shizuku Red
Description:    Wild yet fruity wine ripened in elaborate wine casks.
Winery:     Noto Winery in Ishikawa
Year:        2013
Wine body:    Full
Grape variety:    Yama Sauvignon

Grace Koshu White
Grace Koshu White

Grace Koshu White
Description:    This Japanese wine, boasting a dominant share of the international market, is also on the menu of the world-renowned restaurant “noma”. The wine cellar advisor of the British Royal Family introduced it as a hallmark of Japan for its suitability with Japanese cuisine.
Winery:     Chuo Budoshu in Yamanashi
Year:        2014
Wine body:    Dry
Grape variety:    Koshu

EXTRA Red
EXTRA Red

EXTRA Red
Description:    The winery in this agricultural park produces a pleasantly full-bodied wine that goes perfectly with world-renowned Kobe beef from the same region.
Winery:     Chuo Budoshu in Yamanashi
Year:        Non-vintage
Wine body:    Medium
Grape variety:    Merlot / Cabernet Sauvignon

Sakyu Red (and White)
Sakyu Red (and White)

Sakyu Red (and White)
Description:    The full-bodied taste and unique aroma born from the terrain of the Tottori Dune are bound to impress all connoisseurs.
Winery:     Hojo Wine in Tottori
Year:        2011
Wine body:    Full
Grape variety:    Cabernet Sauvignon

Tamba Toriino Red
Tamba Toriino Red

Tamba Toriino Red
Description:    A wine with a rich flavor of grapes from Toriino in Tamba, Kyoto.
Winery:     Tamba Wine in Kyoto
Year:        2013
Wine body:    Full
Grape variety:    Merlot / Cabernet Sauvignon

Chateau Jun Sparkling
Chateau Jun Sparkling


Chateau Jun Sparkling
Description:    The slightly sweet aftertaste is appreciated especially by women.
Winery:     Chateau Jun in Yamanashi
Year:        Non-vintage
Wine body:    Dry
Grape variety:    Koshu

Ganko Oyaji Red
Ganko Oyaji Red

Ganko Oyaji Red
Description:    Wine made entirely by manual processing. Thinning is performed on the grapevine   to achieve a condensed, richer flavor in the fewer berries, which are then hand-selected, one by one. This remarkable taste defies mass production.
Winery:     Nakamura Winery in Osaka
Year:        2014
Wine body:    Full
Grape variety:    Cabernet Sauvignon / Merlot / Muscat Bailey A

Sparkling Chardonnay
Sparkling Chardonnay

Sparkling Chardonnay
Description:    This delicately sparkling wine is made with Chardonnay grapes from Katsunuma which undergo secondary fermentation in bottles like champagne.
Winery:     Chateraise Katsunuma in Yamanashi
Year:        2012
Wine body:    Dry
Grape variety:    Chardonnay

Miyukibana Rose
Miyukibana Rose

Miyukibana Rose
Description:    This venerable winery produces superb table wines with berry-like fragrance for a perfect match with meals. The slight tart aftertaste is ideal for wines to be enjoyed during meals.
Winery:     Iwanohara Vineyard in Niigata
Year:        Non-vintage
Wine body:    Dry
Grape variety:    Muscat Bailey A

Aomori-Tsuruta Steuben Red
Aomori-Tsuruta Steuben Red

Aomori-Tsuruta Steuben Red 
Description:    This first ever winery in Tokyo was founded by only one person – a lady who is dedicated to helping Japanese farmers. This wine was made by Macerazione Carbonica with Steuben grapes from Tsuruta, Aomori.
Winery:     Tokyo Winery in Tokyo
Year:        2015
Wine body:    Light
Grape variety:    Steuben

I’m Merlot Red
I’m Merlot Red

I’m Merlot Red 
Description:    You won’t be able to forget this full-bodied and fruity taste.
Winery:     Okutone Winery in Tochigi
Year:        2014
Wine body:    Full
Grape variety:    Merlot

Tsurunuma Zweigelt Red
Tsurunuma Zweigelt Red

Tsurunuma Zweigelt Red
Description:    One of the prides of Hokkaido from the largest winery in Japan. 
Winery:     Hokkaido Winery in Hokkaido
Year:        2013
Wine body:    Medium
Grape variety:    Zweigeltrebe

Shiojiri Merlot Red
Shiojiri Merlot Red

Musée du Vin – Shiojiri Merlot Red
Description:    Nagano is renowned for the balanced taste of Merlot wine achieved by the stable supply of excellent grapes. In fact, only wines that pass rigorous tests in terms of color, fragrance, taste, and balance can bear the name Nagano.
Winery:        Alps Winery in Nagano
Year:        2013
Wine body:    Medium-Dry
Grape variety:    Merlot

Kumamoto Muscat Bailey A Red
Kumamoto Muscat Bailey A Red

Kumamoto Muscat Bailey A Red
Description:    The winner of the Japanese Women’s Wine Top Award is this dry red wine with a slightly bitter and textured taste. The label carries the fragrance of a famous red fruit from the Kumamoto region.
Winery:        Kumamoto Winery in Kumamoto
Year:        Non-vintage
Wine body:    Dry
Grape variety:    Muscat Bailey A

Chateu Jun Japan Select
Chateu Jun Japan Select

Chateau Jun Japan Select
Description:    This strong, irresistible taste from the addition of wild grapes (15%) is a perfect match with fermented food like miso and soy sauce. The candy-like fragrance strikes a compelling contrast to the dry taste, thereby adding charm to meals.
Winery:        Chateau Jun in Yamanashi
Wine body:    Dry
Grape variety:    Muscat Bailey A

Le Collier de Perles Blanc Mousseux
Le Collier de Perles Blanc Mousseux

Le Collier de Perles Blanc Mousseux
Description:    True to its French name, the bubbles of this wine when poured resemble a gorgeous pearl necklace. This sparkling wine made from selected Koshu grapes from Yamanashi that undergo secondary fermentation in the bottle. The alluring fragrance also carries a scent of citrus and yeast. The pleasantly bitter aftertaste enriches the drinking experience.
Winery:        Marquis Winery in Yamanashi
Year:        2015
Wine body:    Dry
Grape variety:    Koshu