COMMENTS BY ATSUHIKO EGASHIRA
As with the French Revolution of 1789, the moment in the evolution of sake (and its potential) was felt. This sake is made using independent brewing methods (incorporating winemaking techniques such as blending) that go beyond traditional Japanese sake making.
With a taste that brings out the best in food, it is interesting to associate it not only with Japanese cuisine, but also with Chinese and French cuisine. I think Chartier sake is a sake that should also be used with French cuisine.
Food & Beverage Manager
Filipe Rocha, sake sommelier, at Mizu Teppanyaki restaurant, Vila Vita Parc Resort & Spa, in Porches, Portugal, have taste recently the new Blend 001.
From Salvioni y Alomar Sake Importer, in Madrid, Spain, has tested our sake Blend 001
Head sommelier and co-owner of Sushi m restaurant (Tokyo, Japan)