18 Year Traditional Dark Balsamic Vinegar

18 Year Traditional Dark Balsamic Vinegar
18 Year Traditional Dark Balsamic Vinegar

18 Year Traditional Dark Balsamic Vinegar

Rich. Dense. Complex.
Regular price $6.00
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  • Gluten Free
  • All Natural
  • No Sugar Added
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 Rich. Dense. Complex.

Our finest grade of aged balsamic condimento from Modena is produced in the traditional style. It is aged using the solera method for up to 18 years in chestnut, oak, mulberry, and ash barrels. With a 4% acidity, this aged balsamic is exceedingly rich, complex, and dense.

Grape must, wine vinegar.
Contains naturally occurring sulphites.

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Customer Reviews

Based on 13 reviews
Kathy Schrader

This is so delicious, can be used in so many ways from salad dressings, dip for fresh focaccia, marinades etc

Debbyann Solway
Best Balsamic

i have bought many different brands of pricey balsamic. This is the best balsamic vinegar I have used.

Linda Minnis
18 year traditional dark balsamic vinegar

Exceptional vinegar which I use exclusively for making my salad dressing. Also use whenever a recipe calls for vinegar. Have poured over vanilla ice cream as well...yum!

Possibly the best value on the market

Cheap balsamics are universally awful: thin, pale, sour, and flat, they're scarcely more than red wine salad vinegar. Only a few mid-priced products are much better, and even expensive balsamics can be disappointing.

This is the lowest price I've found for a genuinely good balsamic vinegar. I'm not saying it's the best in the world, but equally good alternatives start at nearly double the price.

Del Lewis
Great Balsamic

Just about perfect, with a good olive oil and bread, in a salad dressing , as part of a marinade or anywhere when a balsamic vinegar is called for.