Product Image Chiyomusubi Junmai Sparkling "Sorah"

Chiyomusubi Junmai Sparkling SP25 "Sorah"

SORAH has the meaning of ‘beautiful aurora’ and ‘stars in the sunrise’ among
Native Americans, and JAPAN’S PREMIUM SPARKLING SAKE
“CHIYOMUSUBI SORAH” is made in the hopes to reflect that beautifully
clean dream-like atmosphere.

Produced in a way that it merges the traditional sake brewing techniques with the new and innovative,it is the perfect sparkling sake to be enjoyed as a toasting drink for celebrations and other special occasions. To contribute to the revitalization of the agricultural economy in our hometown, majority of Chiyomusubi sake is made using rice produced in Tottori Prefecture. 

CHIYOMUSUBI SORAH is no exception and is made using Tottori’s local sake rice and pure spring water that runs from the local mountain.
 
CHIYOMUSUBI SORAH is made with the technique of ‘secondary fermentation’ within the bottle, meaning the bubbles are natural.
Most Sparkling Sake made with secondary fermentation will contain lees that makes it cloudy or a ‘nigori’ but CHIYOMSUBI SORAH goes through an extra special process that makes it clean and transparent.

With its refreshing sourness, gentle sweetness of the rice and clean finish, CHIYOMUSUBI SORAH can be considered as ‘Japanese Champagne’ with its delicate yet lively bubbles.

-Chiyomusubi Sake Brewery Co.

 

An amazing reflection of elegant rice aroma with complex layered flavors. Small and fine bubble melt on the palate evidencing the quality of true sparkles.

- sakeexpert.com

Prefecture: Tottori
Size
Cost
Quantity
720ml
$75.00


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