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Balsamic & Wine Vinegars

 

Black Cherry Balsamic Vinegar-

This dark, syrupy, sweet, yet lightly acidic vinegar is the culmination of a centuries old Italian aging process. Natural black cherry juice is combined with aged balsamic in order to produce a sweet, fragrant and very rich vinegar. Ideal for enhancing salads, tomatoes and fresh mozzarella cheese. Use a few drops to finish roasted poultry, steaks and game, or to create the perfect reduction glaze for delicately flavored fish dishes. After dinner, drizzle it over your favorite fruit, cheese, or ice cream.

Black Currant Balsamic Vinegar

Black currant is floral and sweet, in this rich unique balsamic condiment.
This blend of high quality balsamic vinegar and black currants produces a
unique flavor that nicely complements feta cheese, red onions, and orange wedges in salads.
Vinaigrette, pork, duck, chicken, fruit and dessert topping or over cheese are all great
uses for this unique vinegar, also pairs great with Blood Orange, Lemon, Lime, Basil,
Garlic and Chilli EVOOs. This vinegar also is ideal for glazing lamb, beef, or
pork to create a beautiful caramelized surface.

BlackBerry Ginger

Our Blackberry Ginger Balsamic from Modena, Italy is wonderfully sweet and pleasingly tart.  Cask-aged to perfection, this classic balsamic is heightened with vine-ripened blackberries and exotic ginger for subtle sweetness.
It makes a fantastic dressing or marinade and is divine paired with Persian Lime Olive Oil. Combine with a drizzle of Meyer Lemon EVOO to enhance your favorite salad. Reduce in a saucepan with a splash of wine for a rich finishing sauce to accompany succulent roasted pork or poultry. Combined with Walnut Oil or Picual Extra Virgin Olive Oil, and poured over hot pancakes…delicious!

Blueberry Balsamic Vinegar

Incredible bold flavor of wild blueberries make this balsamic one of our favorites. Blueberries have been married into balsamic vinegar, making a product that speaks for itself. Blueberry lovers really appreciate this addition to our extensive line of Balsamic Vinegars of Modena. Our first impression was that this would be a huge hit drizzled over fruit salads, and garden salads topped with fresh fruits. We weren’t disappointed. As an added surprise, we found it equally delicious over Blue, Feta and Goat Cheeses. This Blueberry Balsamic Vinegar exhibits lower acidity and a bit more sweetness than our Aceto Balsamico di Modena. Like all Balsamic vinegars, you can use Blueberry Balsamic Vinegar over any garden salad. While it will pair up with any unflavored oil, using lighter Extra Virgin oils, like Organic Arbequina, will allow you to experience the maximum Blueberry flavor. It is very tasty and unique paired with our Orange olive oils. Try it drizzled over fresh sliced Peaches, Cantaloupe, fruit salad and ice cream.

Champagne Wine Vinegar    

Our champagne vinegar is produced using the same type of grapes as the better types of champagne.   Once each champagne grape hull is removed and the liquid drained, the end result is a vinegar that has a slight hint of vanilla taste, coupled with the rich flavor of champagne. It is not unusual for people to mix champagne vinegar with other vinegars, especially those with a slightly fruity taste, to create the basis for a number of different types of vinaigrettes.
Because it is milder than most vinegars, you can use it with just a touch of olive oil and a pinch of sugar to create a delightful tasting vinaigrette.  Use it in tomato sauces, in mayonnaise, in makings of French sauces that call for vinegar including bernaise sauce and beurre blanc sauce.Make a marinade with olive oil, champagne vinegar and herbs for your next chicken recipe. Vinegar is a great meat tenderizer and champagne vinegar adds mellow flavor as well.  Marry it with fish and seafood.

Cinnamon Apple Balsamic Vinegar

This balsamic vinegar has a spicy overtone, with soft hint of apple. The natural sweetness of apple is combined with the robust flavor of freshly ground cinnamon in this unique balsamic vinegar. It has the powerful aroma of spiced fruit and can please even the most seasoned connoisseur.

A perfect marinade for lamb or duck, this balsamic drizzled over salads, tomatoes, ice cream or a vegetable is a sure winner.  Have you ever thought of poaching an apple and topping it with this vinegar?

Coconut White Balsamic Vinegar

One of the most interesting and pleasant white Balsamic Vinegars we carry, our Coconut White Balsamic is an ideal accompaniment to tropical dishes. Outrageously delicious and complex with our Orange and Lime olive oils, it will shine on its own paired with our mild to medium flavored EVOO’s. Even people who are not fans of Balsamic Vinegar will be surprised how good this tastes.Salad greens topped with shrimp, optional avocado, red onion, a splash of lime, and some pineapple chunks and drizzled with a Coconut Balsamic Vinaigrette will amaze your dinner guests. Use it with Jerk Seasoning and pineapple juice to marinate baked/grilled Chicken. Try a blend of Pineapple and Coconut White Balsamic and Persian Lime Olive Oil and you will be blown away!

Dark Chocolate Balsamic Vinegar

This is a velvety-sweet, and very flavorful balsamic resounds with the complexity of three different chocolates. The chocolate aroma and flavor are unmistakable, and you will savor the depth of flavors that will certainly have you craving for more.This balsamic is best paired with desserts and drizzled over fruits including bananas, berries, and pineapple. It adds an elegant touch to cheese trays, especially those that include hard, intense cheeses such as parmesan, asiago, and sharp provolone. We also like it as an exceptional “secret ingredient” in chili, darker moles, and in Central and South American dishes where a rich chocolate flavor is desired.

Fig Balsamic Vinegar

Made with 3 leaf Balsamic vinegar from Modena and ripe figs. Great harmony, rich and full of fig flavor our Fig Balsamic Vinegar is not too sweet and not to tart. These dense balsamic exhibits mellow Fig flavor with less “bite”. Sure to be a favorite at dinner parties.

Fresh foie gras, sautéed watercress or grilled lamb can bask in the glory of Fig Balsamic. For something really special, try it on cantaloupe or honeydew melon sprinkled with minced prosciutto and parmesan cheese.

Honey Balsamic Vinegar

Aged in oak barrels, this new offering is sulfite free and a much-coveted staple in any well-stocked kitchen. This 100% pure balsamic honey vinegar provides rich, complex flavor to salads, sauces, fish, poultry and meats, vegetable dishes and more.

Lemon White Balsamic Vinegar

This unique balsamic can also be used in replacement of lemon juice on salads or in Greek recipes.

The dazzling flavor of Lemon is a terrific addition to any marinade or seafood dish. In addition, add just a touch to pound cake, fruit platters or as a sneaky surprise in lemonade and cocktails! They’re plenty of tasty mixes.

Pomegranate Balsamic Vinegar

Native to Mediterranean, Asian and Middle Eastern cultures, this fruit exhibits a sweet-tart flavor that is a perfect accompaniment to a wide range of foods. This balsamic lends its deep rich flavors and crisp acidity to create a complex yet excellently balanced dressing and condiment. Research is continually demonstrating the healthy attributes of the pomegranate fruit, and this is the tastiest way to enjoy those benefits.

The intense sweet-tart flavor of the pomegranate is a perfect match for hearty meats like lamb and duck. Use alone, or whisked together with your favorite oil over a mixed green salad with pomegranate seeds, toasted nuts and feta cheese.

Red Apple Balsamic Vinegar

Imported from Modena, Italy, this red apple balsamic has an enticing aroma and a delicate, sweet apple flavor. It is made by blending apple cider with concentrated apple must and carefully aging the mixture until it attains maximum flavor.

A salad or fresh greens, apple slices, walnuts, red onion and cheddar topped with a light EVOO and Apple Balsamic Vinegar will delight your guests. Use it to glaze pork chops. Slice and sauté’ a tart apple in butter and brown sugar and deglaze with Apple Balsamic. Serve over grilled pork chops or chicken breasts nested on a bed of white or wild rice. Drizzle over sliced apples and parmesan for a simple treat.

Red Barrel-Aged Wine Vinegar

Our barrel aged wine vinegars are the result of the acidification, maturation-aging and refinement of wines(Lambrusco, Trebbiano… grapes) until a harmonious balance of taste and flavor is achieved. The product is aged more than 10 years in white Italian oak barrels. It is processed using the traditional system of Solera combined with vinegars of more than 15 years.

Our barrel aged Wine Vinegars are clear, deep red color and light bright straw yellow, free from any pronounced foreign flavor or odor. The flavor and the aroma are clean and characteristic of traditional Italian Wine Vinegars.
Use it in cooking, dressings, marinades, and pickling.  When whisked with Dijon mustard and our Koroneiki extra virgin olive oil, the result is aromatic vinaigrette. For a sweet, tart and savory appetizer, drizzle a combination of the Barrel-Aged Red Wine Vinegar and our Hojiblanca EVOO over prosciutto-wrapped melon.

Raspberry Balsamic Vinegar

Exquisite balsamic blend with a fresh, fruity flavor that’s both sweet and somewhat tart. It is sweeter and thicker than commercial vinegar, and has a well-developed raspberry flavor. .  This is one of the most adaptable Balsamic Vinegars, and can be used with any of our Extra Virgin Olive Oils to make flavorful Vinaigrette.  Has 5.5% to 6.0% acidity.
Great for vinaigrettes, and any time you need a pairing with fruity and spicy extra virgin olive oils. Add a splash of freshness to salads, vegetables and fresh fruit. Try Raspberry Balsamic Vinegar with our Blood  Orange Olive Oil on your favorite greens with tomato, cucumber, and carrot for a refreshing crisp salad. Add a dash of sage or thyme, a heaping spoon of grape jelly and black pepper to two tablespoons of Raspberry Balsamic Vinegar and use to glaze chicken breasts.

Sherry Reserva Wine Vinegar

Originated from the legal area of Jerez (Andalusia region of Spain, our sherry wine vinegar is obtained with the Palomino Fino and Old Oloroso grapes. The Sherry vinegar is fermented with the typical and traditional system called “Solera”, which implies the topping up in a series of wooden barrels, positioned vertically.

In particular our Sherry Vinegar is part of a quality called “Reserva” which indicates a Sherry Vinegar aged for a minimum of 3 years in wooden barrels.The typical full body taste and complex aroma, make this vinegar ideal for usage in a wide array of applications: from soups and sauces to dressing and marinates. Also perfect to marinate seafood (seafood salad) and grilled shrimps.

Strawberry Balsamic Vinegar

Imported from Modena, Italy, both sweet and tart, our Strawberry Balsamic vinegar is the result of adding pure and natural strawberry essence to our 3 Leaf Quality Balsamic. A wonderful sweet-tart summer vinegar that is sure to tantalize your taste buds, and delight your family and friends.

Wonderful drizzled over panna cotta. It can be used both as a vinegar and condiment on dessert dishes such as fruit medleys and ice cream. To create an exceptional Italian treat, just drizzle a few drops of this sweet-tart balsamic onto chocolate ice cream or chocolate gelato topped with fresh strawberries.

Sweet Pineapple White Balsamic Vinegar

If you like the taste of a fresh ripe Hawaiian Pineapple, then this Pineapple White Balsamic Vinegar is for you. Made primarily as salad vinegar, it is surprising well suited for use in cooking and grilling. The extraordinary flavor will mix well with soy sauce and sesame oil to produce a rich and flavorful basting and marinating mix for chicken and shrimp.
A salad of fresh greens topped with grilled and chopped chicken breast and some diced Pineapple will produce a unique and tasteful meal that is both healthy and low in calories. If you like making skewers of chicken, shrimp, peppers, onions, etc. use Pineapple White Balsamic straight or with some soy, sesame oil, olive oil and your favorite seasonings.

Tangerine Balsamic Vinegar

This is one of our favorites. It pairs so well with such a wide variety of flavored and plain olive oils, it is consistently found in gift baskets, and has been a featured ingredient in several original recipes. The blend of 3 or 4 Leaf Quality Balsamic Vinegar of Modena results in a low acid level, complimented by an intense and sweet citrus flavor that says “WOW”!

Vegetables, spring mix, and salad greens will taste great when dressed with Tangerine Balsamic. Paired with Blood Orange Oils, you get a salad dressing combo that is spectacular. It makes a very tasty glaze for baked salmon, and gives grilled chicken a sweet-sour zing.

Aceto Balsamico di Modena 4 Leaf (Traditional)

PGI Certified, this is our finest and most popular “on-tap” Balsamic Vinegar of Modena. Made utilizing the Solara method of progressive wood barrels, it contains an amount of Traditional Balsamic Vinegar sufficient to achieve the desired density, and incredibly balanced and complex flavor characteristics. Rich in fruit and woody flavors, you get a rare yet very affordable Italian product with a taste that will delight the senses.

Our 4 Leaf Quality Balsamic Vinegar can be drizzled over a variety of dishes, or as a special treat on salads. Try a few drops in soups, stews, on grilled and roasted meats, and on chicken and fish to add acidity and bring out the intrinsic flavors. Delightful on top of tomatoes, it is especially delicious on strawberries and fresh fruit.

Summer Peach White Balsamic Vinegar

Based on white balsamic this peach flavored product creates unforgettable taste experience. Very light, perfectly balanced in structure, simply extraordinary. The result is crisp vinegar with a touch of sweetness reminiscent of handcrafted vinegars from northern Italy.

As a salad dressing, it brings a fresh, crisp and unique flavor component to any garden salad. The ripe peach flavor complements all sorts of greens, vegetables and toppings including cheeses, apples, peaches, pears and oranges. Try it out on grilled peaches.

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