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SakéOne was founded by a group of folks who simply loved sake and had a vision – to produce world-class sake in the United States. Although sake was traditionally made in Japan, they believed that premium ginjo sake could be produced in the United States. With water as one of sake’s most critical ingredients, the east slope of Oregon’s Coastal Mountains was identified as an ideal water source for its purity. Forest Grove, Oregon, became the home of SakéOne, producer of Momokawa and Moonstone, America’s most honored sakes! Join us for tours and tastings daily.Sakétini Saturday every third Saturday of every month. Summer Singer/Songwriter and Saké series. See website for events all year long.

Tasting Room Hours: All days, 12:00 am - 5:00 pm

Tasting Fee: 3

Wine Region: North Willamette

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