February 27, 2018

Japanese Culture Brings you Chardonnay in a Can

by Lisa Gal

Chu-Hi is an alcoholic drink that originated in Eastern Tokyo in the late 1940’s. Back then, Chu-Hi was made by mixing shochu, carbonated water and lemon juice. The idea came from Highball and it was originally called “shochu highball”. It was later shortened to Chu-Hi. Today, Chu-Hi is made with Shochu and your choice of carbonated fruit juice. It is sold as a canned drink and a staple alcohol beverage in Japan. Using Italian Chardonnay, their Chu-Hi White Grape combines the refreshing fragrance of Chardonnay at 5% alcohol for you to enjoy. Their Chu-Hi Grapefruit is made with Mediterranean Grapefruits and at 6% alcohol, you can enjoy the refreshing crisp taste at home. Sangaria has established a rich Japanese beverage culture in the United States and they continue to introduce their one of a kind beverages for all ages to enjoy. We are excited to include them in our Hollywood Swag Bags being gifted to the nominees, talent and guests staying at The Four Seasons Hotel next month for the biggest award show of the year!

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