Made in Niigata, a prefecture famous and respected for sake making thanks to the clear and pure waters coming from the melted snow of its mountains, Sōtō is a Junmai Daiginjo, as it requires a 50% rice milling (also known as Seimai buai, 精米歩合) and is produced using only the finest Gohyakumangoku variety of rice. The word Daiginjo literally means "great ginjo" and indicates the finest sake, with an extremely aromatic fruity and floral bouquet: in the case of Sōtō the result is a fresh sake on the nose and round in the mouth, with notes of gala apple and lemon and a dry finish, with hints of cucumber, melon and anise, also excellent when mixed.
720 ml, 15,5% alc., with an ideal serving temperature between 8° and 10° C.
Extraordinary with salads, sashimi, light food and even with a good pizza or paired with crumbles of Parmesan cheese, it's a wonderfully multifaceted sake.
8 cm x 8 cm x 25 cm