There are many mysterious episodes of liquor aging and the sea. It seems that there was. Yeah.
At Common Sense, we conducted seabed aging experiments on various alcoholic beverages, and found that many alcoholic beverages, such as wine, sake, and various distilled alcoholic beverages, have different taste changes compared to ordinary storage methods. It seems that some of them clearly lost their taste, but among them, the sake that showed the most wonderful aging was red wine prepared with a noble variety with condensed fruits. I see, it's interesting.
Based on this data, the company launched the "Venus Project" to submerge 6,000 bottles of red wine in the seabed of 20m in Minamiizu and ripen them. From the red wines of many countries, we have decided to bring the internationally acclaimed Shiraz red wine of South Africa CLOOF to the seabed.
However, if you submerge a bottle of regular wine, the water pressure will push the cork into the bottle. To prevent this, we established a sealing method that does not allow seawater to penetrate even at a depth of 100 m. In addition, we used the latest DIAM cork to prevent cork odor contamination. Ingenuity such as doing is given. It is a generous effort.
The place to sink is facing the national park, and the nature is left as it is, and Oku Irozaki, which boasts one of the most transparent in Izu, is off the coast of Nakagi, Minamiizu-cho, Kamo-gun. South African red wine that sleeps in the beautiful sea. … Hmm, nice.
This wine will be stored in the submarine wine cellar from November 5th to 9th. It seems that the time of raising is scheduled for March to June next year, while observing the degree of maturity. How does the taste really change? I definitely want to drink this wine with a sense of romance ...!