GLASS | BOTTLE
11 | 48
11 | 52
Prosecco, Adami, Italy
Cava, Segura Viudas Aria Brut, Spain
Champagne, Beau Joie Blanc de Blanc, France
Champagne Rosé, Billecart Salmon Brut, France
Champagne, Moët & Chandon, France
14 | 72
Champagne, Veuve Clicquot Yellow Label, France
20 | 100
22 | 120
Champagne, Piper-Heidsieck Demi-Sec, France
Champagne, Krug Grande Cuvée, France
Fleurs De Prairie, Provence 2016
13 | 52
Boschendal “The Rose Garden”, South Africa 2016
14 | 56
Sauvignon Blanc, Cloudy Bay, Marlborough, New Zealand 2015 15 | 62
Sancerre, Chateau de Sancerre, Loire, France 2015
17 | 72
13 | 56
14 | 58
Bordeaux, Chateau Graville-Lacoste, Graves, France 2015
Sauvignon Blanc, Babich, Marlborough, New Zealand 2016
Pinot Grigio, Jermann, Friuli, Italy 2014
Pinot Blanc/Pinot Gris, Au Bon Climat, Central Coast, CA 2015
Albariño, Pazo Senorans, Rias Biaxas, Spain 2014
Chardonnay, "Coeur De Charmes" Macon-Lugny, France 2013 100
Sauvignon Blanc, Lail Vineyards “Georgia”, Napa, CA 2009
Pinot Grigio, Esperto, Veneto, Italy 2015
12 | 46
Sauvignon Blanc, Hall, Napa 2015
14 | 58
Gewurtztraminer, Paul Cluver, Elgin, South Africa 2015
25 | 100
Chardonnay, Rombauer, Carneros, CA 2015
Chardonnay, Far Niente, Napa, CA 2015
LIGHT, RED FRUIT, BRIGHT
Burgundy, Maison Roche de Bellene, Cote d’Or, France 2014 14 | 58
Pinot Noir, Bethel Heights “Estate”, Willamette Valley, OR 2013 16 | 70
Beaujolais, Marcel Lapierre Morgon, Burgundy, France 2013
Pinot Noir, Emeritus, Russian River, CA 2013
Pinot Noir, Flowers, Sonoma Coast, CA 2014
Tempranillo, Bodegas Valdemar “Inspiración”, Rioja, Spain 2010 12 | 52
17 | 80
Burgundy, Dom Thierry et Pascale 1er Cru, Volnay-Santenots 2012
Burgundy, Moillard-Grivot 1er Cru, Nuits, France 2010
Garnacha, Bodegas Ateca, Calatayud, Spain 2014
14 | 58
Merlot, Mantanzas Creek, Sonoma, CA 2013
13 | 56
18 | 80
Malbec, Susana Balbo, Mendoza, Argentina 2013
Merlot, Shafer, Napa, CA 2014
Zin/Cab/Syrah, The Prisoner, Napa, CA 2015
Carmenere, Grial, Colchagua & Rapel Valleys, Chile 2009
Merlot/Syrah, Gaja “Promis”, Tuscany, Italy 2013
Bordeaux, Chateau Haut-Beausejour, St. Estephe, France 2010
Cabernet Sauvignon, Stag’s Leap “Artemis”, Napa, CA 2014
Cabernet Sauvignon, Joseph Phelps, Napa, CA 2013
Castello di Bolgheri, “Varvara”, Tuscany, Italy 2011
Cakebread, Napa, CA 2013
Kadiem Cellars, Rutherford, CA 2010
3.5 oz GLASS / 18 oz CARAFE
Tokubetsu Junmai Nigori (unfiltered/cloudy sake)
(Living Jewel / Dreamy Clouds / Bride of the Fox)
GLASS / BOTTLE
(Tyku Black / Tyku Cucumber / Tyku Coconut)
Junmai – Nagano
Only goes through one pasteurization – brings out a very
aromatic and fruity rich sake. A deep intense flavor that smoothly
fades on the palate for a dry clean finish.
Junmai Daiginjo – Nada City, Hyogo
Graceful sake shows fruity scents and velvety smoothness with
some mineral notes; finishes slightly dry. Great entry-level sake.
300ml : 48
Yamahai Daiginjo – Ishikawa
No other yamahai daiginjo sake brewed in Japan tastes this way:
Junmai – Tochigi
Dry and crisp, the flavors are dominated by mixed nuts, fresh cut
green grass with well-rounded rich mouthfeel.
Mini-Daiginjo – Yamagata
Mellow, pure, and made for simple enjoyment. Combining a mild
Junmai Daiginjo – Fukushima
Dried banana, melon and pear custard tart aromas with a supple
dry-yet-fruity medium-to-full body and a slightly savory note.
Junmai Daiginjo – Fushimi
Delicate and floral sake with hints of cocoa, lime and light caramel
Nigori – Hyogo
Refreshing floral bouquet compliments sweet rice
and fresh flowers on the palate with a creamy texture.
Junmai Nigori – Kyoto
A drier style nigori with solid weight, bright and fresh aromas
of fruit and creamy rice, finishes with pleasant mellowness.
Junmai Nigori – Akita
Robust flavor with distinctive texture accompanied by notes of
ginger, asian pear, and cantaloupe
Kamoizumi “Summer Snow”
Nigori Ginjo – Hiroshima
Creamy and brimming with exuberant natural flavor. Mildly
sweet, yet surprisingly tart but robust. Great with spicy and
*pairs well with spicy dishes: Seoul Fried Chicken & Miso Cauliflower
Rock Sake “Cloud”
Nigori – Oregon
Fresh aroma, slightly sweet, hints of rock melon and coconut
with a delicate finish.
LIGHT & CRISP
Tokubetsu Junmai – California
Semi-dry sake has refreshing aromas of apple with the palate
following that structure.
Dewazakura Dewasansan “Green Ridge”
Junmai Ginjo – Yamagata
This sake expresses wholesome freshness with green apple
Yamahai Junmai- Ishikawa
Dry, sharp, and smooth all in one. It’s mild astringency,
characteristics of sake made using the old Yamahai method, is
balanced by a faintly discernible sweetness.
*pairs well with grill dishes: Wagyu Ribeye or Prime NY Steak
Junmai Daiginjo – Fukui
Rich aroma that carries undertones of peach and lychee and an
elegant taste full of depth and freshness. This sake is brewed
solely using Koshi no Shizuku which is a very rare sake rice
produced only in Fukui Prefecture.
Junmai – Kumamoto
Delicate and soft, with a hint of sweetness coddled in layers of umami.
Subtle floral notes and orange citrus, with a bit of pepper on the finish.
Dewazakura “Cherry Bouquet”
Gingo – Yamagata
Light, fragrant and floral with a touch of pear and melon.
Junmai Ginjo – Akita
Hints of orange peel and light floral notes, with an underlying
minerality. Creamy, finishes soft-sweet to dry.
Junmai Daiginjo – Oregon
Fresh flavor is hand crafted, using the finest ingredients all
natural California rice and pure spring water from the coastal
mountain ranges of Oregon.
Junmai Daiginjo – Asahikawa City, Hokkaido
Aromas of rain, minerals, spice and flowers lead this sake to a palate
filled with melon, herbs, jasmine, and vanilla with a long and earthy finish.
Shimizu-No-Mai “Pure Night”
Junmai Daiginjo – Akita
A delicate aroma of lychee, kiwi, melon, and pineapple with a
and melon with just a hint of floral complexity.
*pairs well with sashimi: Fatty Tuna, Salmon or Sea Urchin
Junmai Daiginjo – Yamagata
Exceptionally refined & smooth, uniting floral notes with hints of
banana and vanilla.
serves up to 20 guests
Dried lemon and lavender follow through on a brisk, soft entry
to a dry-yet-fruity light body with hints of apple custard, jicama
and nutskin. Finishes with a crisp, lightly tannic fade.
Junmai – Nagano
Smooth at first sip, and displays a range of subtle, organic
flavors as well as a pleasant natural sweetness.
*pairs well with salads: Brussels Sprouts Salad or Kale Seaweed Salad
Kanbara “Bride of the Fox” 190
Junmai Ginjo - Niigata
High-pitched, nuanced nose combines melon, lime, mint, nuts
and dusty fresh herbs. Juicy and intense, with assertive flavors of
citrus fruit, melon, herbs, spices and nuts. Not a heavy style but
boasts impressive palate presence and plenty of character. The
long finish hints at melon and nuts.
Konteki “Tears of Dawn”
From one of Japan’s smallest breweries, this Daiginjo is made
with Japan’s highest quality rice and local Fushimi mizu, the
soft, pure water from Japan’s Eastern Mountains. The aromas
of anise, banana, and a hint of sweet rice are quite complex.
These same flavors come rushing through the full-bodied palate
followed by a pleasantly long and clean finish.
Rihaku “Dreamy Clouds” 165
Tokubetsu Junmai Nigori (unfiltered) - Shimane
The nose is led by steamed rice, fresh red plums, and suggestions of
roasted peanuts. Bright and lean in the mouth, unlike many Nigori,
and the impact is chewy with sweet rice flavors intermingling with
the nutty and slightly fruity characteristics of the sake.