How Different is Taiwanese Sake to Japanese Sake?
Tucked away just south of Wufeng town center, this award winning saki distillery offers the chance to sample some of the best Saki outside of Japan. While it doesn’t offer a tour of the factory itself, the showroom itself feels like a mini museum. A large back wall outlines the sake production process and the staff are happy to explain many of the 1950s distillery machinery that dot the showroom’s interior. There are different bottle sizes ranging in price from $200NT to those priced in the thousands. Wufeng is famous for its fragrant rice which has allowed it to produce some of the best sake in Taiwan. A great place to buy a unique souvenir from Taiwan. Update: Also offered are wine cellar tours, saki tasting sessions and an art and wine exhibition.