Dense and rich, these balsamic vinegars have been cooked over a low flame, stored in wood barrels and aged. The nuances are subtle, the flavors are equal parts of sweet and tangy. From centuries old traditions in Italy and passed on to modern times, these vinegars are versatile, flavorful and come in an abundant number of choices. Ranging from fruity and sweet or savory and tangy, they can be used in marinades, salads, glazes, sauces, roasted vegetables, meats, cheese plates, and desserts. How you use these incredible vinegars is only limited by your own imagination.
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Slightly floral with hints of lemon, this is a good counterpoint to winter greens, Brussel sprouts and spicy and bitter salad greens like endive, arugula, and radicchio. Pairing Suggestions: Rosemary…
Deep notes of dark cherries. This can go with sweet or savory recipes. Add to homemade barbeque sauces, excellent on duck, pork, and chicken. Drizzle on baked brie or on…
Berries with a sweet yet tangy aspect. Compliments salads with feta or goat cheese. Add to bed of spring greens with orange wedges and red onion. Use as a glaze…
Unexpected and decadent. Drizzle over chocolate soufflé, ice cream or cheesecake. Add to whipped cream for a unique topping on fresh berries and pound cake. Pairing Suggestions Walnut Blood Orange…