This brew first made its debut in 1996, made from the then new, Yamagata-local rice called Dewasansan. Today it has a Yamagata only appellation of control “Dewa33.” On the nose, it carries notes of apple and calming lavender. On the tongue, prepare for a rich, velvety texture and a burst of green apple sweetness and tartness. Try with sashimi, oysters, grilled fish and even cheddar cheese.
Dewazakura is made in
Dewazakura Sake Brewery
Coming from the “Ginjo Kingdom, Yamagata” and the first prefecture to obtain Geographical Indication in Japanese sake, Dewazakura is a truly iconic brewery known for their leadership in the industry. They started exporting sake in 1997 and currently export to 35 countries. They host and foster many young talents in the industry, and incorporate progressive initiatives such as using clean energy and examining their use of packaging. It is a brewery worthy of note producing iconic products while staying in the forefront of innovation. They are highly revered from both novice and experts.
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