Hiro Sake has expanded its portfolio of sakes with Hiro Gold.
This Junmai Daiginjo sake is crafted from 100% Koshi-Tanrei sake rice. This rice is grown exclusively in the Niigata Prefecture, the premier sake producing region in Japan, the company says, where all Hiro Sake is brewed.
Hiro Gold is produced in limited quantities only once a year by Hiro’s Toji (master brewer) and will be available initially in California, Florida, New York and Texas with a suggested retail price of $100.00 per 720-ml. bottle. It is 15% ABV.
Hiro also announced two other updates. The brand has launched in South Carolina, where it will be distributed by Breakthru Beverage. And the brand has switched distributors in Texas to Mexcor Importers.
Hiro sake is produced in Brewery Taiyo Shuzo, established in 1635 in the Niigata Prefecture. Hiro Sake is available in 21 states as well as in Puerto Rico, Mexico and Canada (U.S. states include: AZ, CA, CT, DC, DE, FL, GA, HI, MD, MA, NC, NJ, NY, NV, OH, RI, SC, UT, VA, VT and TX).