Holiday Gift Guide

Drink chilled to enjoy the aroma of fresh cut grass, fennel and a hint of honeydew melon. When sipped cold, it pairs best with bar bites like Castelvetrano olives, lightly fried fish or vegetables (yes, that includes french fries). To enjoy the acidity and dryness of this sake, warm it up – you will notice a cleaner, smoother finish. Complement the dryness with a hearty dish like pork meatballs or shabu shabu.


  • Junmai ginjo
  • Seimaibuai (rice kernel remaining): 57%
  • Brewed in Yamanashi, Japan
  • 24 fl oz (720ml)
  • 15% ALC/VOL