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Hirai – Daiginjo Sake

Japan
Japan
Sake
Sake

The Facts

Origins Japan > Japan

Appellation Niigata

Winemaking Brewed using Go Hyaku Mangoku rice polished 48% and wild native yeast.

Alcohol Content 14.5 %

Serendipity Markets Texas

The Character

Tasting Notes A good example of Honjozo’s dry and clean finish and vibrant aromas. The Honjozo’s smoothness makes it more versatile to pair with variety of food. Gohyaku Mangoku is one of the premiere sake rice from Niigata. Polished to 48%, this Daiginjo has vibrant aromas and crisp finish.

Overall Clean & vibrant

Mouthfeel Smooth & crisp

Aromas Savory aroma of fresh cooked rice with hints of tropical fruit

Selling Point Cross over sake for wine lovers who are new to sake

Pairings Arugula salad, Cajun gumbo

Sustainability Natural Fermentation t

The Story

Daiginjo trade up from our most popular brand. Hirai over delivers again, this time with a Daiginjo.

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About Hirai

Brand Story

Established in 1781, traditional hand crafted sake is brewed by the Toji (master brewer) with over 5 decades of experience. The Toji prides himself on achieving sophisticated drinkability that reflect the purity of the rice and the snowmelt water of Niigata. Koshi Tsukano delivers artisan sakes paying homage to ‘old school’ sake making techniques full of flavor and complexity.


Brand Story

Established in 1781, traditional hand crafted sake is brewed by the Toji (master brewer) with over 5 decades of experience. The Toji prides himself on achieving sophisticated drinkability that reflect the purity of the rice and the snowmelt water of Niigata. Koshi Tsukano delivers artisan sakes paying homage to ‘old school’ sake making techniques full of flavor and complexity.

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