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.
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