The Art of Saké

This Junmai saké is made entirely from specialty rice and pristine water sourced from Japan’s famous Nada saké region. Imported from the Hyogo prefecture of Japan, SakéMoto delivers quality and value in a taste profile that took two years to finely tune to the American palate. Upfront fruit in the nose, a rich texture, and a long, smooth finish that will appeal to both new and seasoned saké drinkers.

Bottle Aged Saké - Understanding Impact of Age
Bottle Aged Saké - Understanding Impact of Age
Keith Schreiner on the Didgeridoo
Keith Schreiner on the Didgeridoo

SakéOne's Annual Oysters & Saké Event When: 11:00am-4:00pm May 3, 2014 Where: SakéOne Brewery - 820 Elm St., Forest Grove, OR 97116

Kura Blessing/Saké Day Celebration When: 10:00am-4:00pm September 27, 2014 Where: SakéOne, 820 Elm St. Forest Grove, OR, 97116

Serve Up Our Exclusive Malibu SakéMoto Sundown Cocktail Recipe

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Hyogo, Japan

Location is everything

Nearly one-third of all saké in Japan is made in the Hyogo prefecture, making it the number one sake-brewing region in all of Japan due to the Rokko mountain range located so close by. LEARN MORE Left CTA

Saké Terminology

Kanpai! (Cheers)

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