ABOUT THIS BOTTLE
Akitabare Suirakuten Daiginjo Sake
Named after a Tang dynasty poet Bai Juyi (from the Japanese reading of his courtesy name, Haku Rakuten), lover of wine. Like the poet, this isn't a in-your-face flashy sake, but a subtle, the more you concentrate on it, the more you'll be rewarded-type of sake. Aged in the bottle for two years, this sake is gentle but strong, unassuming but proud—a masterpiece from the Akitabare Brewery.