Often we associate "ginjo" or "daiginjo" sake with "fruity" and "fragrant". The more polished the rice is, the more fruity aroma you can expect (sometimes). Instead of calling this the "Ginjo/Daiginjo" section, we named it "fruity/fragrant" to include the other styles we feel fit in this category.
Have you ever had a junmai sake brewed with yeast from flowers? Or had sake combined with yuzu juice, or orange juice!? These, along with the ginjos & daiginjos, all belong under "fruity/fragrant".
A reminder that just because something has fruit to it, doesn't mean it's sweet. You can find some of our driest sakes in this section.