So what is white balsamic, exactly? It starts out same way regular balsamic vinegar does: with grapes. Produced using mature Italian grown white grape varieties, this delicate and fragrant sweet and sour condiment is definitely another pantry staple.
Restaurant chefs use white balsamic vinegar not only for its milder flavour, but also because it won’t turn a salad dressing or sauce brown the way the regular stuff will. Use it in any vinaigrette recipe, for dressing roasted vegetables, or for deglazing a pan of crispy chicken thigh bits! Furthermore, white balsamic pairs well with figs, strawberries, peaches, and cheese.
Product of Italy
(Typical analysis per 100g)
Energy 272 kJ
Fat Total 0 g
- Saturated 0 g
Carbohydrates 17 g
- Sugars 15 g
Sodium 23 mg
Wine vinegar, concentrated cooked grape must. Contains naturally occurring sulfites. 6% acidity
Packaged in a facility that processes peanuts, wheat and milk products
Store item in an airtight container in a cool dry place.
Up to 12 months if stored correctly. See label for Best Before date.