The name Fu-Ki translates as “Rich & Noble.”
Fu-Ki wines are produced in Japan by Godo Shusei Company Ltd., founded in
1924. Fu-Ki Plum wine and Sake are the quintessential representatives of Japanese culture. They are crafted using
age-old traditional methods and the finest local ingredients. Sake can only be produced in the cold winter months,
the time of the year most suitable to fermentation. The famed mineral-rich Miyamizu water used in the process is
regarded as one of the best natural ingredients available. Fu-Ki sake can be served either warm or chilled.
Plum wine is made following a unique method cultivated for hundreds of
years in Japan. The plums are picked at dawn and processed the same day to keep their dewy freshness and flavor
which identifies Fu-Ki from all other wines. Its delicate, light and subtle flavor is equally delicious served
straight, chilled or combined with other ingredients.
The cherry blossom (sakura) is Japan's unofficial national flower. It has
been celebrated for many centuries and has a very prominent position in Japanese culture. It is during the month of
April that blossoming cherry trees can be observed all over Japan. Fu-Ki Cherry is as light and delicate as the cherry
blossoms that inspired it and is best served chilled or on the rocks.
For more information, visit www.fukisake.com.