Tasting Notes: A full bodied, complex Junmai Ginjo with a buttery texture, warm cocoa notes, and surprising depth. This creamy, viscous sake is bursting with pineapple, cherries, and lemon. For a ginjo, the nose is generously floral. Like cherry blossom season in Japan, this sake has flair and greatly pleases all the senses. Try this sake at room temperature or slightly warm with seasonal sweet, green vegetables, like asparagus and peas.
Food Pairing: Chilled or warm, pair this with dishes like braised pork belly, stuffed mushrooms or a hearty nabe stew. Local Niigata Gohyaku Mangoku rice milled to 55%.