We are excited for Sake Inn's newest arrival - Kubota Seppou Soujo Junmai Daiginjyo Sake. This seasonal limited edition sake will definitely elevate your drinking experiences.
Kubota Seppou Soujo Junmai Daiginjyo Sake is meant to be enjoyed with the signs of spring’s arrival, like thawing snow and budding flowers. This exquisite sake is made from rice carefully selected for quality in which it is fermented at low-temperatures and stored at the freezing point during winter in order to preserve the freshness and fragrant aroma of the rice.
Alcohol: 15% | SMV: +2 | Prefecture: Niigata
Sweetness and moderate acidity along with refreshing notes of muscat grapes and musk melon in the perfect balance allow mild rice flavour on the palate later on.
Comparing to other Kubota labels, the Kubota Seppou Soujo Junmai Daiginjyo Sake is both aromatic and light, perfect as an everyday sake. If you are looking for something a little different, you can also check out other Kubota labels here.
When served chilled (recommended 10-15°C), it has a sharpness reminiscent of chilly weather during cherry blossom season. When it is served at room temperature, it has a fragrance evocative of flowers in full bloom. Try both serving suggestions to find one that suits your taste buds.
This sake pairs excellently with spring vegetables, wild plants and other light dishes which allows us to feel the coming of spring. We would also suggest pairing this with a local favourite, mooncakes! Since the Mid-Autumn Festival is just around the corner, why not get this excellent sake and enjoy pairing it with your favourite mooncake or two.
Limited Quantities Available
With its stunning packaging, this sake is also the perfect gift for a loved one or for a friend. For a limited time, get it at $99 with only 20 bottles available! Hurry and get it now, while stocks last.
More about Kubota Label
Brewed in the Heart of Niigata, in one of Japan’s Premium rice-growing regions. Niigata is known to produce quality sake rice. In addition, this region on the Sea of Japan’s coastline offers ideal conditions for rice cultivation and a plentiful supply of clean water. The subtle flavour of Kubota has a surprising affinity with a wide range of cuisine. Enjoy it chilled or heated, as best suits the region of the cuisine or the season. The mellow, graceful fragrance and gentle taste of Kubota makes the combination of sake and good food all the more enjoyable, setting the stage for truly satisfying dining.