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Transparence balsamic vinegar, 25 cl
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Transparence balsamic vinegar, 25 cl

Transparence balsamic vinegar, 25 cl

Discover Transparence Balsamic Vinegar

Produced in Italy following the recipe of Huilerie Beaujolaise, Transparence Balsamic Vinegar is bottled in their facilities in France (hence the loss of the Modena origin designation). In every drop, you'll find the taste and aroma of balsamic vinegar, but without the typical caramel color. Made from a blend of white wine vinegar, this balsamic vinegar is aged in oak barrels and concentrated grape must for 3 years. Its wonderful fragrance will open up new culinary horizons for you.

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The Aromas of Transparence Balsamic Vinegar

Balsamic vinegar offers a sweet, complex, and slightly sugary flavor with balanced acidity. It provides a rich and nuanced range of flavors, including notes of ripe fruits such as plum, fig, and cherry. You can also detect hints of caramel or wood. These characteristics make it a highly appreciated ingredient for vinaigrettes, marinades, reductions, and even desserts.

The Making of Transparence Balsamic Vinegar

Balsamic vinegar is crafted from partially fermented grape must to which wine vinegar is added. After an acetification phase in noble wooden barrels, barrels, or tanks, it undergoes a maturation process. This maturation process, lasting a minimum of 60 days from the start of raw material processing, involves a meticulous blending of these components in the right proportions.

At the end of this period, the product undergoes analytical and organoleptic evaluation by a group of technical experts and tasters. This crucial step determines whether the product can be certified as Balsamic Vinegar. After 60 days of maturation in wooden tanks, Balsamic Vinegar of Modena can also be further aged. If this process extends beyond three years, the finished product is considered "aged." It can then be bottled for commercial sale.

Where Does Its Color Come From?

Transparent balsamic vinegar, also known as "white balsamic," is a newer variant of traditional balsamic vinegar, which is typically dark due to its extended aging in wooden barrels. Transparent balsamic vinegar is often made using the same production process but with light-colored grapes or grape must pressed directly without the skin. This gives it a lighter hue and a sweeter, more delicate flavor compared to traditional balsamic vinegar.

How to Use Transparence Balsamic Vinegar?

This vinegar pairs perfectly with salads, vegetable dishes, as well as meat and fish-based meals. You can experiment with it in different recipes to discover its range of flavors.

Some Suggestions for Using Transparence Balsamic Vinegar

  • - Balsamic and Pepper Chicken: Once your chicken is cooked, in a skillet, add a knob of butter, then sauté two pears. Add balsamic vinegar and chicken broth. Bring to a boil, then simmer before adding your chicken.
  • - Strawberries with Balsamic Vinegar: After preparing your strawberries, place them in a bowl and add red wine and balsamic vinegar. Let it rest and then serve.
  • - Carrot and Zucchini Salad with Balsamic Vinegar: Once you've grated your carrots and zucchini into a bowl, add balsamic vinegar and olive oil to create a perfect vinaigrette.
  • - Avocado Cream, Roast Chicken, and Balsamic Vinegar Toasts: Heat balsamic vinegar in a saucepan to form caramel. Let it cool, then blend an avocado to obtain a smooth texture. Add lime juice, salt, and pepper. Spread your bread slices with avocado cream, add pieces of chicken, and drizzle with your warm balsamic vinegar.

How to Store Balsamic Vinegar

It is best to store it in a cool, dry place, away from light, and at a temperature below 30°C (86°F).

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Allergen Sulfites / Sulphites
Native country ITALIE
Ingredients balsamic vinegar (95%) (cooked grape must, wine vinegar (of which
SULPHITES)), cooked grape must (5%).
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