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Premium Balsamic Vinegar of Modena

Item # 7426
$35.00
Our #1 best-seller year after year, this celebrated balsamic vinegar is an exceptional, full-bodied vinegar, with tasting notes both complex and captivating. True to its origin of Modena, Italy, in Emilia-Romagna, one of the most famous regions of Italy renowned for its gastronomy, our Premium Balsamic Vinegar is made according to the purest of traditions. The slow reduction of Trebbiani grapes must be cooked on low heat, at a precise temperature, to provide its dark color and honey texture, followed by a long-aging process in rare wooden barrels (of oak, juniper, cherry, blackberry and chestnut trees). When you taste this beautiful balsamic vinegar, you will understand: A few drops are sufficient!

It's distinguished with the consortium of producers by its neck label, the PGI (Protected Geographical Indication), and the most strict of certifications, the 4-Leaf Grade System, in which O&CO.'s Balsamic Vinegar is ranked with the highest grade - a guarantee of its delicious, rich and intense taste, complex flavors and captivating aromas. Absolutely addictive!

Size: 8.5 FL OZ

In stock
Region/Country: Modena, Emilia-Romagna, Italy
Food Pairings: Everything! Mesclun salads, grilled shrimp, grilled asparagus, steamed vegetables, grilled meats, as a glaze, and terrific on strawberries, vanilla gelato or both together!
Ingredients: Cooked grape must, wine vinegar. Contains: sulfites

From Our Boutiques

“This vinegar adds 'zing!' to everything I incorporate it into!”
Barrie Switzen, NY, NY
from the Columbus Circle Boutique


“We bought our first bottle in France last year and it has simply revolutionized our eating experience. We tried it first on salad with good olive oil (it takes just a teaspoon or so of the vinegar). It is amazing for adding flavor to so many things!! I frankly can't recommend it highly enough.”
Wendy Kirk, Santa Fe, NM
from the Columbus Circle Boutique


“This is the best balsamic vinegar I have ever tasted. Last year, I bought several and gave them as gifts for guests who came to dinner during the Christmas season. People always ask what it is when they taste it.”
Susan Martin, Coldspring, NY
from the Grand Central Station Flagship