This tasting set includes 5 x 80ml Sakes from Dewazakura. This will be available at only $38 per set. This will be filled and delivered on the late afternoon of Wednesday, 15th April 2020.
You can also choose to buy 5 x 720ml bottles at a discounted price of $298.
We will be running a Zoom Live Video Conference for the Dewazakura On-nomi at 8pm on WED, 15th April 2020.
We will also be running a Facebook and Instagram Live at the same time!
ABOUT THE BREWERY
Dewazakura Sake Brewery was founded in 1892 by Seijiro Nakano, whose head family owned Kuma Masamune Sake Brewery. There were three Nakano family's Sake Brewery until Showa period. Dewazakura Sake Brewery is located in Tendo City, Yamagata Prefecture, a small town of 60,000 residents located 300 kilometers north of Tokyo.
Situated in the Yamagata Basin and surrounded by high mountains, Tendo City is hot in summer, often exceeding 35 degrees Celsius, and in the winter can receive considerable snowfall, often exceeding one meter in depth. These natural features, including the climate, have made the region a major production center of rice, fruits and other products. Using this great rice, we have been making sake by hand. For example, we use small tanks enough to handle manually. It makes precision temperature control possible, which in turn allows us to brew high-quality sake in small quantities.
- Dewazakura Junmai Dewanosato
- Dewazakura Ginjo Izumi Judan
- Dewazakura Junmai Ginjo Tsuyahime
- Dewazakura Junmai Daiginjo Yukimegami 48
- Dewazakura Junmai Daiginjo Yukimegami 35
We will include a tasting sheet for the on-nomi.
2018 U.S. National Sake Appraisal
Gold for 18 continuous years 2018 Tohoku Sake Awards
Honor Prize (Total 72 times) 2017 Annual Japan Sake Awards
Gold for 6 continuous years 2016 Annual Japan Sake Awards
Gold for 5 continuous years : Tendo Brewery and Yamagata Brewery 2016 IWC
Champion Sake : Dewazakura Dewanosato 2016 IWC
SAKE BREWER OF THE DECADE 2013 Junmai Sake Competition
Grand Prize (Total 3 times) 2008 Annual Japan Sake Awards
Gold for 12 continuous years 2008 IWC
Champion Sake : Dewazakura Ichiro