Balsamic White Vinegar
Balsamic White Vinegar
Balsamic White Vinegar
Balsamic White Vinegar
Balsamic White Vinegar

Balsamic White Vinegar

Giusti Acetaia

£20.00

Balsamic White Vinegar

Giusti Acetaia

Region Emilia Romagna
Type Balsamic Vinegar
Pairings Salad, Raw Vegetables, Raw seasoning for fish

 

The White Giusti condiment is born from a soft pressing of Trebbiano grapes, from which a particularly sweet juice is obtained.

This is then combined with high quality white vinegars and aged in french oak and ash wooden barrels. This process keeps all the fruity and floral aromas of the grapes, creating a very pleasant condiment, thanks to the contrast of its low acidity and the notes of sweet, yellow fruits and dried citrus.

Fresh and balanced, it is extremely versatile and easy to use.

Ingredients: Concentrated must of Trebbiano grapes and white wine vinegar

Ageing: French oak and ash wooden barrels

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