Japanese wines are a perfect example of that “coming from nothing” character. It’s true that great wine often comes from poor growing conditions, and where Bordeaux flaunts its gravely soil and cold nights, Japanese grapes are fending off monsoons.
In true Japanese fashion, winemakers in Hokkaido, Nagano, Yamagata, and Yamanashi are making the absolute most of their resources, innovating through adversity, and creating some impressive wines with several varietals grown only in Japan.
For a wine lover, Japan is a country to be proud of.
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