Aged Peach White Balsamic Vinegar - Made with White Trebbiano Grape Must, our White Peach Balsamic does undergoes the cooking and barrel aging process of Balsamic Vinegar of Modena but is not caramelized therefore it retains its white color. The result is a crisp vinegar with a touch of sweetness reminiscent of handcrafted vinegars from northern Italy. Extremely adaptable, it can be paired with any of our Extra Virgin Olive Oils, as well as our flavored oils to make a light, tart vinaigrette.
Sicilian Lemon White Balsamic Vinegar - Playfully tart and pleasantly sweet, our Sicilian Lemon White Balsamic has a perfectly balance acidity and a crisp, lemon flavor and aroma. Fabulous with seafood, in dressings or in mixed drinks. Pairs well with Roasted Sesame oil for a fantastic salad dressing or marinade.
Oregano White Balsamic Vinegar - This is a sharp, White Balsamic Vinegar, infused with the exquisite flavor of Oregano, to produce a classic Mediterranean flavor. It’s a perfect complement to a wide variety of oils, and will create superb vinaigrettes
Our naturally infused balsamic condimento is caramel color-free, free of added sugar or thickeners and aged in the wood barrels of the traditional Solera System in Modena, Italy.
Traditional Style Balsamic Vinegar - Our finest grade of aged balsamic vinegar from Modena, Italy is produced in the Traditional Style. It is aged using the Solera System for up to 18 years in chestnut, oak, mulberry and ash barrels. With a 4% acidity, it exceeds Four Leaf Quality with an astonishingly high natural density of 1.28+. This spectacular density comes naturally without thickeners or added sugar, from a lengthy aging process and cooking in copper kettles.
It’s exceedingly rich, complex and dense and pairs beautifully with any olive oil in our collection. Use for vinaigrettes, glazes, marinades, bread dipping, drizzling over fruit, vegetables or to marinate meat and poultry. Our balsamic condimento is caramel color-free, free of added sugar or thickeners, and is naturally cooked and aged in the wood barrels of the traditional Solera System in Modena, Italy.