Mikuni Wild Harvest

Noble Handcrafted Verjus

$28
Noble Handcrafted Verjus
Mikuni Wild Harvest

Noble Handcrafted Verjus

$28
Free Standard Shipping on Orders $99+

Fresh from the vine.

New to verjus? Well, here’s a quick lesson: It gets its name from the French term vert jus—literally, “green juice”—which refers to the unripened grapes it’s pressed from. Neat, huh? It’s non-alcoholic, with a sweet-tart taste that’s gentler than vinegar...and it’s sure to make your sauces and dressings sing. This bottle gets bonus points for coming straight from a single-source family farm (in a region in Oregon that’s famous for its pinot noir, no less!).

  • Made in: Noble Handcrafted's Verjus is made with the Pinot Noir grape from a single-source family farm in Oregon’s best pinot noir producing region.
  • Product Warranty:
  • Shipping & Returns: Free Standard Shipping on Orders $99+ and Easy-Breezy Returns

New to verjus? Well, here’s a quick lesson: It gets its name from the French term vert jus—literally, “green juice”—which refers to the unripened grapes it’s pressed from. Neat, huh? It’s non-alcoholic, with a sweet-tart taste that’s gentler than vinegar...and it’s sure to make your sauces and dressings sing. This bottle gets bonus points for coming straight from a single-source family farm (in a region in Oregon that’s famous for its pinot noir, no less!).

Fresh from the vine.

New to verjus? Well, here’s a quick lesson: It gets its name from the French term vert jus—literally, “green juice”—which refers to the unripened grapes it’s pressed from. Neat, huh? It’s non-alcoholic, with a sweet-tart taste that’s gentler than vinegar...and it’s sure to make your sauces and dressings sing. This bottle gets bonus points for coming straight from a single-source family farm (in a region in Oregon that’s famous for its pinot noir, no less!).

  • Made in: Noble Handcrafted's Verjus is made with the Pinot Noir grape from a single-source family farm in Oregon’s best pinot noir producing region.
  • Product Warranty:
  • Shipping & Returns: Free Standard Shipping on Orders $99+ and Easy-Breezy Returns

New to verjus? Well, here’s a quick lesson: It gets its name from the French term vert jus—literally, “green juice”—which refers to the unripened grapes it’s pressed from. Neat, huh? It’s non-alcoholic, with a sweet-tart taste that’s gentler than vinegar...and it’s sure to make your sauces and dressings sing. This bottle gets bonus points for coming straight from a single-source family farm (in a region in Oregon that’s famous for its pinot noir, no less!).