05/29/13 - This article is part of the one-month road trip series, The Great Northwest North American Wine Road Trip, during which we'll visit wine countries in Oregon, British Columbia, and Washington.
05/28/13 - Can you even make the fermented rice beverage in Oregon? One sake producer takes on the challenge.
05/21/13 - Hip, trendy, and popular, sake, the traditional Japanese rice alcohol beverage, is not just to wash down sushi anymore. Sake consumption is on a dramatic upswing in the US, doubling in the past 8 years, and is sipped, swirled, and paired with food.
05/21/13 - Patricia Decker writes about the different tasting profiles for four sakés by SakéOne.
05/17/13 - Nancy discusses her experience of a BrandLive tasting of four different SakéOne products, including the new release g fifty, and reviews each saké.
05/16/13 - SakéOne, America’s leading producer of premium saké, has released the newest product in the American-produced g saké line, g fifty, which joins its sister product, g joy.
05/15/13 - My first good experience with saké came thanks to the folks at SakéOne during an online tasting last year. The company was started in 1992 as an importer of quality Japanese bottles, but they began building their own kura and making their own brews.
05/14/13 - I was invited to participate in an online saké tasting, which was very easy to accept. I have enjoyed saké in the past, but my knowledge on the beverage is VERY limited.
05/09/13 - Last night, a virtual tasting opened my eyes up to the whole new world, to me, of saké. Tasting samples were sent to me and, with SakéOne's owner and brewer, along with a bunch of high-level wine bloggers, we tasted and talked.
05/08/13 - SakéOne, an American saké company, joins us on the the podcast to talk about traditional and modern saké.
05/05/13 - Market Watch is the primary resource for business information for the drinks industry, providing extensive analysis of industry trends, data, statistics, and more.
05/03/13 - The Tasting Panel's Publisher and Executive Editor, selects their favorite wines and spirits of the month.
04/29/13 - Saké presents an aroma and flavor profile that is very different from wine, and many consumers are confused about exactly what it is, how it’s made, and how best to appreciate it.
04/24/13 - Leslie Sbrocco is the host of Check, Please! Bay Area. Each week, she shares tasting notes about the wine she and her guests drink on set during the taping of the show. She also shares some wine and spirits tips with each episode.
04/09/13 - Saké was first brewed 2,000 years ago. When the Japanese adopted the practice and perfected the process they called it the "drink of the gods." Carrying on that tradition is SakéOne, based in Forest Grove, Oregon.
04/03/13 - Greg Lorenz, SakéOne's brewmaster, talks about the art of saké and his love of brewing.
03/07/13 - Exclusive news and research on the wine, spirits, and beer business.
03/06/13 - SakéOne, America’s premium saké company, is proud to announce the launch of SakéMoto, a pure, premium saké imported from Japan, adding to the well-curated domestic and imported portfolio of the company.
02/04/13 - Most believe that wine and cheese are naturally paired, but the truth is it's actually quite a difficult feat. Many pairings are terrible, and others make food and wine-lovers cringe. But don't fret, we've asked the experts and found a ton of tasty pairin
01/30/13 - To our own doorstep and distilleries, Oregonians have brought the imbibing traditions of cultures from around the globe. Here are a few ways to sit down, grab a glass an travel the world.
01/16/13 - Ringing in the new year is all about celebratory imbibing, but the sometimes dreary days of January likewise call for a cheering pour. It’s a month of planning towards a new year, reaching out for fresh horizons…
12/06/12 - Can’t shake off the yuletide stress? Let loose and get a little holly jolly with these irresistible cocktail recipes you’ll love.
10/29/12 - Washington County, Oregon is a land of gentle, rolling hills of rich farmland that have made it an agricultural Nirvana. It’s been farmed for hundreds of years, and it isn’t surprising that winemakers began flocking there a few decades ago.
10/17/12 - At SakéOne, the first American-operated saké brewery in the United States, the techniques employed are thoroughly Japanese, but the brews are crafted for an international palate.
10/15/12 - What dish are you most likely to dish out in the coming year? And what wine will you pair with it? Some 50,000 foodies learned the answers this past weekend.
10/11/12 - Fifty presenters speaking to groups both large and small packed a lifetime of learning into three days of concurrent seminars during this year's Society of Wine Educators conference held in San Mateo, CA.
09/10/12 - Thanks to adventurous sommeliers, curious consumers and domestic producers, this classic rice adult beverage has taken a fresh life here in Oregon.
08/31/12 - Beer purists, turn away now, today's post isn't about our favorite hop juice. Instead I have for you a peek at SakéOne, a saké brewery (kura) in Forest Grove.
08/16/12 - Here’s your loyal correspondent speaking to you from Portland. I know, it’s nearly 4 in the morning for most of you but it isn’t quite 1 here...
08/05/12 - Remember when “I’ll have a beer” meant “I’ll have a Budweiser?” In the bad old days before the craft brew revolution, there was only one kind of beer — the cheap domestic stuff. Ditto the rice-based beverage called Saké.
05/14/12 - We decide to try some saké this weekend. We knew very little about saké but had recently watched a video of Lucy Brennan, owner of Mint/820 in Portland, Oregon making saké cocktails.
05/12/12 - Drinkhacker brings you the latest wine, beer, and spirits reviews, plus original and classic cocktail recipes.
05/01/12 - Three liquids usually come to mind when most people think of Oregon: sublime coffee, craft-brewed beer, and rain. High-end saké does not immediately make the cut -
04/16/12 - We call it saké, but over in the Land of the Rising Sun the legendary rice beer is known as 日本酒 or Nihonshu, which translates to... "Japanese alcohol". I'm going to admit that I haven't been a fan of the beverage in the past, even publicly stating
12/23/11 - This is my final list, my Favorite Saké Items of the past year. This is certainly not a complete list but it is more a sampling of memorable matters I have experienced and posted about over the past year.
12/14/11 - There are hundreds of styles and brands out there, but here's a selection of my favorites that you should be able to find at better wine and liquor stores anywhere.
12/01/11 - From P.F. Changs to The French Laundry and from BevMo to specialty wine retailers, saké is establishing a place on beverage lists and retail shelves around the country.
11/14/11 - In a battle of perception, one wine blogger takes on another's discussion of saké brewed in the U.S.
10/28/11 - Best Of The Bins: Behind the glittery names, luminous flavors.
09/13/11 - When he stopped by with six bottles of domestic rice wine, I asked Dewey Weddington, VP of Marketing for Momokawa, why anyone would want to drink an American sake.
08/15/11 - With it's remarkably diverse flavor profiles and styles, the rice-based beverage known as sake is as varied and complex as any sourced from the vine.
05/23/11 - Some people say the journey is more important than the destination Ã¢â‚¬â€ Grub Street says the journey is bunk if there isn't something tasty waiting at the end. When summer hits and the urge to skip town strikes, it's especially tricky to sha
04/26/11 - Saké comes from Japan, right? Not always. Greg Lorenz, brewmaster of Momokawa brewery in Oregon, is on a mission to open people's minds about American-brewed saké.
04/21/11 - From their kura (saké brewery) in Forest Grove, OR, Momokawa puts out award-winning saké, which, they're letting everyone know, pairs as well with food as wine does. And not just Japanese food.
03/15/11 - Today's ultra-premium sakés are as food-versatile as table wines.