This Japanese alcoholic beverage made from rice is becoming more and more popular in American restaurants, bars and home liquor cabinets. Often erroneously referred to as "rice wine," sakes can be paired with many different dishes, used as an ingredient in cocktails and sipped cold, warm or hot. Find out more about sake with our reviews and features.
PURE SAKE Tasting Dassai 50, 39 and 23
We took part in a tasting of Dassai from Yamaguchi Prefecture, a sake that has the highest degree of milling of any sake in the world.
BASICS A Quick Look at the Beverage Commonly paired with sushi dishes, sake remains
a mystery to many Americans, even though it's appearing
more often on restaurant wine lists. Find out the
basics of Japan's national drink.
KNOW YOUR SAKE A Guide to Sake Varieties Depending on how it's produced, sake can be just
as different as wine varietals. Sip your way from fruity
and floral to cloudy and creamy with our informative guide.