How is balsamic vinegar made?

All true Balsamic Vinegars are made from a white Tebbiano or Lambrusco grape must, which is the freshly pressed fruit juice that contains the skins, seeds, and stems from the grapes.  Our white and dark Balsamic Vinegars are of the highest quality and are made in Modena, Italy from only these grapes.  The balsamic is prepared and aged in the traditional Solera Method only found in Modena, Italy.

According to Ministerial Decrees of Italy, it is illegal to print the age of the vinegar on the labels. However, many labels do make such claims and this information can be misleading. A vinegar labeled 18 years can mean that any amount, even an eye dropper full of the older vinegar was added to the end product.  We do not label our balsamic vinegar by ages because we follow the Italian regulations.  Ultimately it is the taste, not the age that determines the quality of a vinegar.

All of our balsamic vinegars are dairy free, vegan, gluten free, and Non- GMO Project Verified.  The sugar found in the balsamic vinegars are natural sugars from the fruit/plant/ingredient.  There is no artificial colours, artificial flavours, ingredients or preservatives to our products.  Our products are all natural.

 





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