Dewazakura Daiginjo "Mountain Cherry"
The nose on this special sake from the award-winning brewery is plump with plum, berry, grape, peach and floral elements. A perfect example of a wine drinker’s sake – good fruit tones balanced with a good acidity play. How can rice and water do this? Amazing dry and fruity qualities to this sake. Look for juicy flavors including honey, peach, pear, red apple, and fruit compote. Then there are dry flavors of apricot and steamed rice that balance out the movement of this Daiginjo that drinks better in a larger vessel. WORD: Fruity WINE: Fruity Reds/Fat Whites BEER: Belgian Ales FOODS: Appetizer friendly, cheese plates, sushi/sashimi, fruit plates.