How is balsamic vinegar made?
Balsamic Vinegar is made from grape must, which is the juice of pressed grapes! It’s then boiled down into a concentrate and then fermented. Sometimes even aged for up to 20 years in barrels.
What is the difference between regular balsamic vinegar and aged balsamic vinegar?
The biggest difference between balsamic vinegar and barrel aged balsamic vinegar is quality! Store bought regular balsamic vinegar isn’t aged as long and tends to be watery and low quality. When balsamic vinegar is barrel aged, it sits in a barrel for up to 20 years, creating a thicker substance.
What do you do with aged blackberry balsamic vinegar?
- Drizzle over salads, brush on grilled veggies.
- Enjoy over cheese, fruit, or ice cream.
- Marinade for meats.
Melina Barrel Aged Blackberry Balsamic Vinegar Nutritional FactsServing Size: 1TBSP (15ml)
Servings Per Container: ~17
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Concentrated and cooked grape must, wine vinegar, natural blackberry flavors. acidity 5%