Dewazakura Oka Ginjo

There are floral notes aplenty in this classic, gold-medal winning Ginjo. It’s a dry and inviting brew that’s soft on the tongue and imparts a pleasant minerality. Sakes can be served hot or cold, but complex, delicate sakes such as this one are at their best lightly chilled to enhance – not mask – their flavors. Stick it in the fridge and pair it with sushi.

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