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Gourmet Oil and Vinegar

Gourmet Oil and Vinegar

Modena Balsamic Vinegar

modena balsamic vinegarVilla Bellentani Aceto VSQP 8.5 oz

Italian Balsamic vinegar. Balsamico Estate produced. Villa Bellentani Balsamico di Modena 8.5 ounces Aceto VSQP. Black Label, (250 ml) Very Special Quality Product is a 12 year aged balsamic vinegar produced in Modena Italy. Dark colored and a full consistence.

Aceto Balsamico di Modena. Black Label – “Very Special Quality Product” (V.S.Q.P.)

This vinegar, mature and rich in flavor is aged for 12 years in small casks made of fine antique woods. This aging process creates a dense, pleasantly sweet syrup in which the flavors of the fruit and woods is discernable. The unique and delicate flavor make it a wonderful taste for oil and vinegar dressings or a treat which can be enjoyed on simple foods like ice cream or fresh strawberries.

Modena Villa Bellentini Aceto VSQP is syrupy sweet with only a hint of vinegar tartness. Aged gourmet balsamic vinegar is ideal in oil and vinegar recipes. This gourmet condiment is used as a dessert topping, drizzled over fresh fruits, ice creams or cakes.

Price $22.45

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2 Responses to “Modena Balsamic Vinegar”

  1. Donna
    January 19th, 2008 15:43

    I have tried several balsamics. The Italian vinegars are usually the best. This particular balsamic from Modena, Italy is by far one of my favorites. It has a wonderful full flavor that makes a real nice vinaigrette dressing. The picture shows strawberries, and I have tried it over them too. Its great!

    I have found it to be absolutely fantastic drizzled over fresh cut red ripe tomatoes… nothing but salt, pepper, and VSQP balsamic vinegar. You can add thin sliced sweet oinions if you like, to make an onion and tomato salad. Its nearly all you would need for a healthy lunch. I love this stuff.

  2. Annita Mainer
    September 24th, 2011 02:56

    Thank you so much! This is just the kind of information I’ve been looking for. If you’re really interested about vinegar, there can’t be too much knowledge about it. 🙂

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