Many people think that sake cup is a must for Japanese sakes, but actually, tasting with wine glass can also give you a surprise! While the subtle color and tears can be seen more easily, the changes in aromas and flavors caused by temperature are more noticeable. This concept is exactly what Fine Sake Awards is promoting. As one of the biggest sake competitions, the contest was held in March this year and the results have been announced. Saketora team has selected 4 new Japanese sakes which has won the gold medal; and among them, there is one premium sake that has won the highest award- 'Grand Gold Medal'! As a Japanese sake fan, you would never want to miss these outstanding pieces!
FINE SAKE AWARDS 2022
Gold Award-winning Daiginjo set
The top sakes that every sake fan would never want to miss, the best of the best which have won the gold medal! The set includes 4 gold award-winning Daiginjo, including the highest-level 'Grand gold awards' winner 'Junmai Daiginjo Tsukino Tamayura'! All of them are recognised by experts with excellent tastes. The set is providing a 12% off and free shipping discounts. If you want to drink wise, buy wise, don't miss the chance!
Tsuki No Tamayura
The premium sake which has won the highest level of 'Grand Gold Medal' in the contest. Brewed with Yamada nishiki polished to 40%, it is the highest quality sake from Yukitsubaki Brewery in Niigata Prefecture. Light yet full of umami, it is mysterious and elegant as the moonlight.
Brewed with Yamada nishiki and 'Ginotome' sake rice which is Iwate Prefecture's specialty. Gorgeous and light, with right amount of sweetness and umami. It is even available in top restaurants in New York.
Junmai Daiginjo Genshu 35
Brewed with Hyogo Prefecture A Grade Yamada Nishiki and polished to 35%, it is gorgeous and full of aroma of Ginjo. Soft and fine, which makes it suitable for pairing with Japanese or Western cuisines.
Junmai Daiginjo Gineboshi
Brewed with 'Gineboshi' sake rice and water from Oirase River, the sake is full of Aomori's terroir. The aroma is enticing and would be even more attractive when served cold.
Rokkasen Hitotoki Rose
Kiwamihijiri Junmai-daiginjo Takasima Omachi
Kyukyoku no Suishin Daiginjo
Tokyo Kurabito, Junmai Ginjo
Junmai Ginjo (Yumesasara)