Balsamic Vinegar of Modena 500 mL
New! Balsamic Vinegar of Modena
Healthy Traditions is pleased to bring you our new Balsamic Vinegar of Modena imported from Italy!
The grapes used are grown organically in Italy and a sample has been tested for glyphosate and none was found. Once the grape must and wine vinegar are blended, the mixture is aged in oak vats, which help to deepen the complexity of flavor and give the vinegar the desired texture and thickness.
This high quality Balsamic Vinegar has a thick consistency and sweetness that is very pleasing to the palate.
It is ideal for being used as a salad dressing, especially when paired with a high quality Extra Virgin Olive Oil.
It is very versatile in the kitchen and can be added to soups and stews to improve flavor. It can also be reduced and used to enhance the flavor of meats or vegetables.
Our Balsamic Vinegar of Modena also makes an excellent marinade for meat. It can even be used as a drizzle for ice cream or strawberries!
Many lesser quality balsamic vinegars use thickeners, sweeteners and artificial colors to achieve the same texture, flavor and dark color of our Balsamic Vinegar. However, our premium Balsamic Vinegar only contains cooked grape must and wine vinegar with nothing else added.
Our Balsamic Vinegar is at 6% acidity and will last indefinitely.
Balsamic Vinegar of Modena 250 mL
Balsamic Vinegar of Modena 250 mL - HBCMinimum purchase qty - 6
Balsamic Vinegar of Modena 500 mL - HBCMinimum purchase qty - 6
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Balsamic vinegar is not something you want to buy cheap as you definitely get what you pay for! This one is worth every penny!!!
I’ve never had a problem ordering from you guys, and have always been pleased with my order.
This is a product I order frequently, as it is the best we have tasted and we know we are getting the best quality from Healthy Traditions!
Oh my gosh, this balsamic vinegar is so good! It's the only brand I ever buy. I keep it, and a bottle of Healthy Traditions olive oil, out on the counter because I use them both all the time. The oil & vinegar are the only salad toppings I use, and they're also both delicious in a caprese salad. You can use the vinegar straight, or simmer for a reduction on the caprese salad. Both ways are delicious. This is the only vinegar I use when making any recipe calling for vinegar, or when I just want to brighten the flavors in a soup or casserole. I can't say enough good things about it. Delicious!