Ryugan is a grey-skinned Japanese variety of unknown origin.

Colour, Aromas and Taste Profile

Ryugan is a grey-skinned grape. The wines generally taste of Japanese pear and have well-balanced acidity.

Fresh Ryugan grapes on the vine

Regional Features & Food Pairings

Ryugan is primarily grown in Nyugan, Japan. Ryugan has large bunches of large berries and is susceptible to botrytis bunch rot. Ryugan wines can be paired with a variety of dishes, including fish, seafood and light cheeses.

Foods to pair with Ryugan:

Asian food
Fun Fact about Ryugan
Ryugan is said to have been introduced from China in the late nineteenth century.

Top Wines with Ryugan

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