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Aged Balsamic Vinegar Tradizionale from Reggio Emilia - Red Seal - 25 year

Aged Balsamic Vinegar Tradizionale from Reggio Emilia - Red Seal - 25 year

from Italy by San Giacomo
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ITEM DESCRIPTION TEMP   PRICE QTY SKU
1 bottle - 3.4 fl oz room temp   $100.00
6001401

About Aged Balsamic Vinegar Tradizionale from Reggio Emilia - Red Seal - 25 year

Slightly more bitter with a more pronounced volatile acidity. From the family-owned and run Acetaia San Giacomo in the Region of Emilia Romagna, comes this spectacular example of true Balsamic vinegar. This aged balsamic is rich, thick as molasses and sweet with a tart edge. While most manufacturers use 5 different type of barrels for aging the vinegar, San Giacomo is known for using 7 - oak, chestnut, juniper, cherry, mulberry and acacia. Each distinct wood infused the vinegar with flavor and texture, enriching the liquid.
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Aged Balsamic Vinegar Tradizionale from Reggio Emilia - Red Seal - 25 year Recipes
Prosciutto, Pears & Burrata Appetizer Recipe
A super easy appetizer that amps up the wow factor! Pears baked in honey and fine Italian balsamic, plus sweet burrata cheese, are rolled up in flavorful prosciutto di parma. Depending on the season, substitute with peaches or figs.
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