Fruit Infused Balsamic Vinegars
Sweet, sour & oh-so-satisfying.
Balsamic gets a fruity boost from infusions of berries, mangoes, and more in this line of vinegars made with California wine. And to sweeten the deal even more, it’s all coming from one of the world’s few certified olive oil sommeliers (who, ahem, just celebrated her 21st harvest as Southern California’s first-ever EVOO producer). These bold flavors are great for adding complexity to marinades, pastas, and even cocktails. And if you’re looking for a super-simple salad dressing, Global Gardens founder Theo Stephan recommends mixing one tablespoon of fruit-infused balsamic with three tablespoons of extra-virgin olive oil—oh, and with a dash of pepper to taste. While these bottles were once only available at the Global Gardens farm stand in the Santa Ynez Valley, we’re pleased to bring them here exclusively in our Shop.
Photography by Ty Mecham & Rocky Luten
Details & Materials -
Santa Barbara County, CA
All Global Gardens Golden Balsamic Vinegars originate from Chardonnay wines.
Each bottle contains 375ml of vinegar.
Care & Notes
All Global Gardens Dark Balsamic Vinegars will age gently and beautifully; but use them within a year for maximum flavor. The original yeast, the "mother," will form if they are not used within 6 months. This will make the vinegar more sour. Do not refrigerate.
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