Tag: japanese-sake

Reading Sake Labels – Fundamentals Reading Sake Labels - Fundamentals

Sake labels are often beautiful but can be daunting on first look. They are usually centered around ornate calligraphy, with complex, arcane descriptions that require a certain background to contextualize.

Beyond the Big D: More great sakes from Yamaguchi Prefecture Shintani Shuzo

When people think of sake regions, Yamaguchi is usually not the first to spring to mind. It doesn’t have the overwhelming history of the Nada region, the popular style of Niigata prefecture, or the incredible number of awards of Fukushima to help it stand out.

Beginner’s Guide to Sake: #1 – The Basics The mill rate, the brewing process, and the yeast

The first steps! Japan is a country with a very long history which you can experience in many ways: visiting ancient temples, admiring silk panels painted when Europe was still under Roman rule, or (and this is my favorite one), drinking sake