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Under the law of Hong Kong, intoxicating liquor must not be sold or supplied to a minor in the course of business.

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Under the law of Hong Kong, intoxicating liquor must not be sold or supplied to a minor in the course of business.

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Under the law of Hong Kong, intoxicating liquor must not be sold or supplied to a minor in the course of business.

Grace Wine

1923 - The first generation Chotaro Misawa founded the business in Katsunuma Town and sold "Chotaro Seal Wine"
1953 - The third generation Kazuo Misawa established Chuo Wine Co., Ltd. and laid the foundation for the birth of the current wine brand "GRACE"
1992 - Started trial planting of Koshu using vertically distributed new shoots on trellises
1996 - Opened self-managed vineyard in Toriihira area of ​​Katsunuma Town
1998 - In Japan's first wine competition "Japan International Wine Challenge", "Koshu Zhangmu Aged 1997" won the trophy for the best domestic liquor
2000 - The Financial Times introduced "Grace Koshu" as Japan's original wine. The "World Wine Atlas" (5th edition), known as the wine bible, introduced "Grace Koshu" as Japan's representative wine.
2002 - Established self-managed Misawa Vineyard (8.6 hectares) in Akeno City, Yamanashi Prefecture
2004 - Robert Parker Jr. visits to taste Koshu wines made under the guidance of the late Bordeaux University professor Denis Dubourdieu
2013 - "Gris de Koshu 2012" won Asia's first gold medal and regional trophy at the Decanter Asia Wine Competition
2014 - "Misawa Specialty Akeno Koshu 2013" won the first gold medal and regional trophy for Japanese wine at the Decanter World Wine Competition, the world's largest wine competition. In the next 6 years, "Grace Koshu" continued to win gold medals
2015 - The wine "La rencontre 2012" in collaboration with Mr. Thibault Despagne was born, Misawa Vineyards built a wine cellar capable of aging 95 oak barrels and 60,000 bottles of wine
2016 - At the Decanter World Wine Competition, "Grace Supernatural" won Asia's first Platinum Award and the Best of Asia Award as a sparkling wine
2018 - “Japan’s wine creates miracles until Yamanashi’s Koshu grapes reach the top of the world”
"Wine from Koshu Misawa Vineyard" exhibition held at Japan Design Gallery
2019 - Winning the Decanter World Wine Awards for 6 consecutive years, Bloomberg released the top ten wines of 2019, one of which is "Grace Blanc de Blancs 2014"