Il Borgo del Balsamico Vinegar Balsamic Vinegar
Unlike its younger chums, this aged balsamic is the stuff of dressing dreams. Made in the old world tradition, it’s tenderly aged in casks and sung to at least once a day (OK, we might have made that part up) for a minimum of 12 years. So while this may look like a single bottle, it’s a virtual flavor extravaganza that includes a whole array of wood notes like oak, juniper, chestnut and acacia. Each bottle has a unique texture and taste that plays well with both sweet and savory dishes (think strawberries-to-Pecorino) so it’s safe to go wild! Choose from 12, 15, and 25-year bottle options.
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Details & Materials +-
Cooked grape must from Emilia Romagna, wine vinegar. Vinegar is stored in a glass jar. 6% acidity.
Each bottle contains 100mL of balsamic vinegar
Care & Notes +-
12-15 years aged are best suited for dishes that marry sweet flavors with pastas and starches. Ideal with piquant or dry cheeses, especially Parmesan cheese from Reggio.
25 years aged is suited for both savory and sweet dish. It really comes into its own on raw or cooked fruit, ice-cream, desserts or just by itself as an energizing pick-me-up. Should always be savored as it is, never cooked.
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