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Red Wine Vinegar
Red Wine Vinegar
The pale red classic vinegar
Red wine vinegar is often called "the soul of the wine" by fans. There is some truth in that as only the essence of selected red wines is processed into red wine vinegar at Pödör. The vinegar has a long time to develop its characteristic taste and to mature in wooden casks. Thanks to the sophisticated storage technology at Pödör no additives are needed for professional fermentation of the vinegar. The high quality red wine alone is transformed into red wine vinegar of at least the same quality.
Without additives, without preservatives, without aromas. Just as white wine vinegar does, vinegar from red wine scores with its very intensive flavor which is reminiscent of its original ingredient. Because the red wine vinegar from Pödör is a natural product its color can vary from year to year. Depending on the grape harvest and subsequent wine production each year develops its own, unique taste.
Ingredients: Organic Red Wine Vinegar
Uses for red wine vinegar
Strong and distinctive with a definite bouquet of red wine this vinegar has nothing to be ashamed of! Not too sweet but rather more acidic, this vinegar made from the best red wines is a true alternative to Aceto Balsamico. Its full-bodied aroma harmonizes well with strongly-flavored oils such as walnut, hazelnut, grape seed or apricot oil on many kinds of leafy salads. It is not without reason that the famous "Vinaigrette" was named after wine vinegar. Apart from that, Italian cuisine would be unthinkable without red wine vinegar.
Red wine vinegar makes a fine figure with delicious roasts, game dishes, or in marinades with fresh herbs. Dark sauces are pepped up with a few splashes of red wine vinegar. Whoever likes to bring variety into their kitchen should try red wine vinegar when pickling. The unique red wine flavor preserves vegetables in a delectable way.
The vinegar should be stored in a place protected from light, sealed hermetically. Under these conditions it has a virtually indefinite shelf life.
The sediment at the bottom of the bottle is natural, not a sign of poor quality.
An unfiltered, undiluted fruit vinegar, so shake it before use!
Country of origin: Austria