The Kamiwada area faces the foot of the mountain because it is a high altitude grape production area.
Therefore, animals such as bears come down from the mountains and eat the grapes.
To prevent this, grape farmers use electric fences to protect the grapes grown in the great outdoors of Kamiwada.
We select only the most condensed grapes from the carefully grown Chardonnay, perform sufficient skin contact when the grapes are damaged, ferment in barrels in French oak barrels, and perform sur lie for 10 months. rice
In the fields of the Wada district, grapes are cultivated in a "sideless greenhouse".
This is a method of using a greenhouse with open sides, which protects the grapes from rain and allows air to flow, protecting the grapes from pest damage and dramatically reducing chemical spraying.
In addition, in some fields, “special cultivation”, which is more particular about using less pesticides, is also practiced.
The Wada area has plenty of sunshine and temperature differences, and is an area where you can harvest grapes that are rich in both sugar and acidity and have a sweet taste like tropical fruits.
By delaying the harvesting period, it is possible to harvest grapes in areas with high sugar content when they are fully ripe, and by harvesting them at night, they also contain a lot of the aromatic compounds of the grapes.