Vinegars

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  • Country Origin: France
IMAGE 1- This renowned vinegar comes from the acetic fermentation of a cooked grape must, aged in cellars in wooden barrels of various essences. It gives after aging a product of exceptional finesse, with tones of cherry, oak or chestnut mixed with vanilla and licorice scents. Vinegar with the IGP (Protected Geographical Indication) designation / IMAGE 2- The story between the Giusti family and Balsamic vinegar begins at the beginning of the 16th century when Giovanni Giusti obtained the license necessary for the sale and manufacture of vinegar condiments. Heir to the know-how of his ancestors, Giusseppe Giusti did not put the recipe for this particular vinegar on paper until 1863. Unlike vinegar, which comes from an alcoholic liquid, Balsamic is made directly from grape juice . The grape must cultivated for centuries in the region of Modena cooked in an open container and over direct fire. It is then transferred to precious wood barrels which, for some, have been used since the 17th century. It is slowly acetified following extremely complex natural fermentation and oxidation processes. In the tranquility of vinegar, / IMAGE 3- The story between the Giusti family and Balsamic vinegar begins at the beginning of the 16th century when Giovanni Giusti obtained the license necessary for the sale and manufacture of vinegar condiments. Heir to the know-how of his ancestors, Giusseppe Giusti did not put the recipe for this particular vinegar on paper until 1863. Unlike vinegar, which comes from an alcoholic liquid, Balsamic is made directly from grape juice . The grape must cultivated for centuries in the region of Modena cooked in an open container and over direct fire. It is then transferred to precious wood barrels which, for some, have been used since the 17th century. It is slowly acetified following extremely complex natural fermentation and oxidation processes. In the tranquility of vinegar, Balsamic concentrates all its flavors to offer a vinegar of a very intense and brilliant dark brown color, of a syrupy but fluid texture, with so characteristic scents. Vinegar benefiting from a PGI (Protected Geographical Indication). / IMAGE 4- This renowned vinegar comes from the acetic fermentation of a cooked grape must, aged in cellars in wooden barrels of various essences. It gives after aging a product of exceptional finesse, with tones of cherry, oak or chestnut mixed with vanilla and licorice scents. Vinegar with the IGP (Protected Geographical Indication) designation.