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[Special Feature 1]
In Search of Varieties Suitable for Japan
Wine Regions Japan

The number of Japanese wine drinkers is steadily increasing.
What has been happening in the winemaking process?
And what is about to happen?
What is happening and what is going to happen in the future?
We need to step out of the foreign supremacy and the supremacy of Chardonnay and Merlot.
and the possibilities of grape varieties suited to the climate of Japan.
I followed these winemakers as they sought the possibilities of varieties and wines suited to Japan's climate.
The varieties they handle, the wine styles they aim for, the attitude they take toward wine, and the way they approach wine, are all different.
the varieties they handle, the wine styles they pursue, the attitude they take toward wine, and the way wineries are run.
and the state of wineries are all changing and diversifying.
That is why we are now re-evaluating our understanding of the winemakers and the wines they produce.
I would like to think about Japan as a wine-growing region, facing the winemakers and their wines.
and their wines, and to consider Japan as a wine-growing region.
Chapter1: Pioneers of Japanese Wine Aiming for Further Excellence
[Winery interviews]
Chateau Mercian / Suntory Tomi no Oka Winery
Hokkaido Wine / Iwanohara Budouen

Chapter2:The winemakers talk about the future of Japan
[Winery interviews]
Kozo Tsuchiya (Kiyama Yosake Kogyo) / Akihiko Soga (Obuse Winery)
Noriko Kishihei (Takeda Winery) / Bruce * Got Love

Chapter3: Various winemakers repeatedly experimenting with the land
[Winery interviews]
Hidefumi Okamoto (L'atelier de Beau Peissage) / Ichiro Kanai (Kanai Brewery) /
Genji Nakamura (Nakamura Wine Studio)

Chapter4: Winemakers with their eyes on the region
[Winery interviews]
Yukinori Oyamada (Lumiere Winery) / Takeshi Kobayashi (Shion Brewery)
Akito Kido (Kido Winery) / Seiji Akao (Miyakono Winery)

Column
1)Kugenuma Brand History
2)Japanese Designation of Origin System
3)New Movement of Vintners in Search of New Production Areas

Japanese Wine Regions

Japan Premium Values New Challenges for Japanese Wine

[Special Feature 2]
Visiting the Home of Port Wine

Understanding Port Wine - Basic Knowledge to Keep in Mind
Characteristics of Port Vineyards -Symington*Family*Estates
[Winery Interviews]
Symington*Family*Estates/Neeport
Sandeman/Taylors

How to Enjoy Port Wine

[interview].
1)Charton Sam*Weaver
2)Dionysus Wines Pascal*Marty

[Special Binding]
Let's enjoy wine tourism!
Two people who are hooked on domestic wine talk about the best part of wine tourism in Japan.
Guide to major wine regions (Hokkaido/Yamanashi/Nagano)
List of stores where you can drink and buy wine in the Tokyo metropolitan area and Kansai area
Tourism Event Information

Robert Mondavi's Important Teachings
Argentina, a country nurtured by rich nature and history

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[Special Feature 1]
In Search of Varieties Suitable for Japan
Wine Regions Japan

The number of Japanese wine drinkers is steadily increasing.
What has been happening in the winemaking process?
And what is about to happen?
What is happening and what is going to happen in the future?
We need to step out of the foreign supremacy and the supremacy of Chardonnay and Merlot.
and the possibilities of grape varieties suited to the climate of Japan.
I followed these winemakers as they sought the possibilities of varieties and wines suited to Japan's climate.
The varieties they handle, the wine styles they aim for, the attitude they take toward wine, and the way they approach wine, are all different.
the varieties they handle, the wine styles they pursue, the attitude they take toward wine, and the way wineries are run.
and the state of wineries are all changing and diversifying.
That is why we are now re-evaluating our understanding of the winemakers and the wines they produce.
I would like to think about Japan as a wine-growing region, facing the winemakers and their wines.
and their wines, and to consider Japan as a wine-growing region.
Chapter1: Pioneers of Japanese Wine Aiming for Further Excellence
[Winery interviews]
Chateau Mercian / Suntory Tomi no Oka Winery
Hokkaido Wine / Iwanohara Budouen

Chapter2:The winemakers talk about the future of Japan
[Winery interviews]
Kozo Tsuchiya (Kiyama Yosake Kogyo) / Akihiko Soga (Obuse Winery)
Noriko Kishihei (Takeda Winery) / Bruce * Got Love

Chapter3: Various winemakers repeatedly experimenting with the land
[Winery interviews]
Hidefumi Okamoto (L'atelier de Beau Peissage) / Ichiro Kanai (Kanai Brewery) /
Genji Nakamura (Nakamura Wine Studio)

Chapter4: Winemakers with their eyes on the region
[Winery interviews]
Yukinori Oyamada (Lumiere Winery) / Takeshi Kobayashi (Shion Brewery)
Akito Kido (Kido Winery) / Seiji Akao (Miyakono Winery)

Column
1)Kugenuma Brand History
2)Japanese Designation of Origin System
3)New Movement of Vintners in Search of New Production Areas

Japanese Wine Regions

Japan Premium Values New Challenges for Japanese Wine

[Special Feature 2]
Visiting the Home of Port Wine

Understanding Port Wine - Basic Knowledge to Keep in Mind
Characteristics of Port Vineyards -Symington*Family*Estates
[Winery Interviews]
Symington*Family*Estates/Neeport
Sandeman/Taylors

How to Enjoy Port Wine

[interview].
1)Charton Sam*Weaver
2)Dionysus Wines Pascal*Marty

[Special Binding]
Let's enjoy wine tourism!
Two people who are hooked on domestic wine talk about the best part of wine tourism in Japan.
Guide to major wine regions (Hokkaido/Yamanashi/Nagano)
List of stores where you can drink and buy wine in the Tokyo metropolitan area and Kansai area
Tourism Event Information

Robert Mondavi's Important Teachings
Argentina, a country nurtured by rich nature and history

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