Saké News was created to gather all information regarding Saké in Australia. You can easily find info on Saké events held in your area. It’s a website dedicated to Saké fans around Australia.
London-based The Wine & Spirit Education Trust, or WSET, is the worlds foremost educational body in the field of wine and spirits. The Sydney Wine Academy will be holding their WSET Level 3 Award in Sake course on June the 17th, June the 24th and July the 1st (all three days are required for at… Read More
London-based The Wine & Spirit Education Trust, or WSET, is the worlds foremost educational body in the field of wine and spirits. Prince Wine Store will be holding their WSET Level 3 Award in Sake course from May the 13th until May the 16th (all four days are required for attendance) this year… Read More
London-based The Wine & Spirit Education Trust, or WSET, is the worlds foremost educational body in the field of wine and spirits. Sakeshop will be holding their WSET Level 1 Award in Sake course on the 11th of May this year in Stanmore, Sydney. The WSET Level 1 Award in Sake is an official … Read More
London-based The Wine & Spirit Education Trust, or WSET, is the worlds foremost educational body in the field of wine and spirits. Sakeshop will be holding their WSET Level 1 Award in Sake course on the 5th of May this year in Richmond, Melbourne. The WSET Level 1 Award in Sake is an officia… Read More
Mino Japanese Restaurant in Mosman, NSW are collaborating with sake industry purveyors Sakenet Australia to bring a free Junmai ("pure rice") sake tasting event to the suburb Sunday the 28th of April. The event will be held inside the restaurant premises between 2PM and 5PM on the date, and will… Read More
This year, Sydney's local '90s-rock-meets-izakaya' institution Kid Kyoto are introducing a monthly Sake Masterclass event - on the last Friday of each month - currently projected to run until at least October. Participants will be introduced to the world of Japanese sake and learn about industr… Read More
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Melbourne contemporary dining restaurant Navi has combined forces with the city's own Sake Mistress AKA Simone Maynard, and Perth’s Super Sake for a one-off feast showcasing Japan's favourite drink with a specially designed menu by Navi's Julian Hills. Join them on Tuesday the 16th of this month f… Read More
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Saké Boutique, one of Australia's leading online sake retailers, is teaming up with Albert Park, Melbourne-based Japanese restaurant Misuzu's next month on the 11th of April 2019 to hold a 'Dining with Saké Appreciation Night'. Participants will dine on a five-course menu provided by Misuzu's, with… Read More
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Just a quick notification for any interested parties - TAFE NSW, Ultimo College with the Sydney Wine Academy are holding a sake certification course in March 2019! The course adheres to the certifications of the WSET 3 (UK-based industry body 'Wine and Spirit Education Trust' - WSET 3 content goes … Read More
Sydney's local sake-lovers community organisation the Sydney Saké Society was recently a sponsor of Giant Steps Australia's Chinese New Year Banquet at Marigold Restaurant in the city last Saturday the 2nd of March 2019. The society hosted a welcome drinks bar where guests could have a glass of CH… Read More
On the 1st of September 2018, JAMS.TV Pty Ltd started the web media site Sake News. The site presents information on events and news related to sake, people in the sake industry and sake companies all revolving around the Australian market. The total monetary value of Japanese sake into the Aust… Read More
A series of floods and mudslides caused by torrential rains devastated extensive areas of western Japan in July. Popular sake maker Asahi Shuzo are amongst those affected. Their brewing facilities in Iwakuni city, Yamaguchi Prefecture suffered heavy damage under the extreme conditions - an overflow… Read More
The 2018 Sydney Sake Matsuri was held just this past Saturday at The Commune in Waterloo. With attendees numbering in the hundreds, a handful of the largest Australian sake importers and a couple brewery representatives directly from Japan presented the sake of a variety of Japanese breweries, as w… Read More
When one goes to the liquor corner in stores like David Jones and Dan Murphy, they may find a wide range of Japanese sake’s on display. However, in a country that produces a very large amount of wines and beers, it would take a lot of work to get these sake’s on the shelves. Today, we’ll be talk… Read More
The Sydney Saké Society, together with Sydney's premier digital print house, Carbon8, have teamed up to create three very special limited-edition posters celebrating our love for Japan's national brew. The A3-sized posters, designed by Sydney Saké Society's award-winning Head of Design, Mr Kevin… Read More
The Sydney Saké Society was thrilled & honoured to find out that we were chosen as a finalist in TWO (!!) categories for the prestigious ADGA Design Awards 2018. AGDA is the peak national organisation representing the Australian communication design industry. The Sydney Saké Society are fin… Read More
On the 21st of June, 2018, JETRO (Japan External Trade Organisation) held a Sake Masterclass & Showcase event with co-host Japan Sake & Shochu Makers Association at the Shangri La Hotel in Sydney. This is the first business discussion event ever to be held in Australia which specialises in … Read More