If you feel like you’ve seen this sake before you’re probably right. It made it to the big screen during a scene in “Blade Runner 2049.” What’s more impressive is this sake’s vibrant flavor full of nutty goodness, notes of sage and fennel, and even a little rice pudding. Because it is not diluted or pasteurized at all and stored in UV protective aluminum, this sake is super fresh.
Narutotai is brewed in Tokushima Prefecture in the Shikoku region.
Founded back in 1804, Honke Matsuura traces the roots of its founder back to a pirate group, the Matsuura Party. Fortunately for us the founder turned to sake making, inspired by the luscious lotus fields, elegant flocks of storks and Yamadanishiki rice crop that grows on the slopes of the nearby Sanuki Mountains. These mountains also provide the water used for brewing, so each sip you take is a taste of the local environment. Honke Matsuura supports its local community by using rice from the surrounding Tokushima Prefecture and is committed to the health and happiness of its brewers.