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A very special vinegar that dates back to ancient Roman times and originated in the hills of Modena Italy. It is an aged, aromatic, thick, dark, caramelized, syrupy type of vinegar, prepared by the reduction of cooked grapes.
While similar to its classic counterpart, white balsamic is a milder and slightly less-sweet version. The grapes, in this case, are not cooked down, and are instead aged only minimally in new white oak barrels.
Vinegar made from red wine, which has a stronger and more robust flavor than white wine vinegar. Our barrel aged Red Wine Vinegar produced in Italy with a complex flavour boasts hints of oak and spice for a more robust and rich profile.