Defrutum White Balsamic Condiment 250ml

Description

Defrutum white balsamic condiment is a light, fresh alternative to more familiar dark balsamic vinegar. The pale golden vinegar adds sweetness and acidity, whilst retaining the colour of the final dish.

White balsamic condiment is made from Trebbiano grapes grown in Modena, Italy. The way it is cooked prevents caramelisation, so the colour stays light and the flavours remain dryer and more delicate.

Use white balsamic condiment in salads, soups and sauces. White balsamic is a great choice with white fish and seafood, for a subtle acidity that won’t overpower the dish.

Officinae Defrutum balsamic vinegars and condiments are made on a family-run farm in Modena, in the heart of the Emilia-Romagna region. They are made only with Trebbiano and Lambrusco grapes that are grown in the farm’s surrounding vineyards, so the entire production is closed cycle. Emilia-Romagna’s climate of extremes – very hot summers and freezing winters – provides the best conditions for fermenting and maturing balsamic vinegar. The production and ageing methods have been passed down through four generations of balsamic vinegar makers.

Ingredients: white wine vinegar, white grape must. Contains sulphites.

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