Dewazakura “Tobiroku” Sparkling

Dewazakura Brewery

Dewazakura Tobiroku - Created to make sake that would go well with fatty meat dishes, this is a dry, sparkling ginjo. The natural bubbles from the yeast is truly delightful and will make your mouth do the happy dance. It has a wide range and can be enjoyed for any occasion; as an aperitif, with your meal, or as a digestif. Great for champagne lovers. Shop Japanese sake online delivered to your home.

Dewazakura “Tobiroku” Sparkling

Dewazakura Brewery

Created to make sake that would go well with fatty meat dishes, this is a dry, sparkling ginjo. The natural bubbles from the yeast is truly delightful and will make your mouth do the happy dance. It has a wide range and can be enjoyed for any occasion; as an aperitif, with your meal, or as a digestif. Great for champagne lovers.
ML.
720
VOL.
ALC.
15%
VOL.
Regular price $38.00

ABOUT THIS BOTTLE

DEWAZAKURA TOBIROKU

Look alive, this is one brisk drink! A festive, dry sake that Brut lovers would adore. This sake has a tangy nose of citrus, grape, and yogurt, notes of unripe strawberry and Asian pear, and has a quick, compact finish. It's that life-of-the-party person that crashes your party for an hour with amazing energy and great anecdotes, and rushes away to the next bar, leaving you wanting for more. Very dry, but its fruitiness is more apparent when closer to room temperature.

TASTING NOTES

Rice Polishing Ratio

This sake is made from Miyamanishiki and Yukigesho Rice that has been polished to 50%.


HOW TO ENJOY

PAIRING

Goes with a wide range of foods, anything that you'd have with champagne; think oysters, shrimp tempura, soft shell crab spider rolls.

SERVING

Best enjoyed very chilled, in a champagne flute, tulip champagne glass, coupe glass.

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