La Vecchia Dispensa Noboli Balsamic

$19.95

There are few edibles better than fresh vegetables with a little seasoning to bring out their natural flavor. Simple and delicious. Better yet, Nobili Sapori balsamico. Made from time-honored Modenese grapes including Trebbiano and L'ambrusco di Castelvetro, this 3-year-old is mature enough to make a variety of vegetables and meats sing concertos, young enough to be used liberally in cooking. Try it with salt and one of our special extra virgin olive oils for a savory entree or side dish that will bring applause.

Size: 8.4oz
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Category: La Vecchia Dispensa Modena, Italy
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Ingredients:

Cooked Must, Grape Must Vinegar, Matured and Refined in Small Oak Wooden Casks.


CONTAINS NATURAL SULPHITES.
GMO FREE
GLUTEN-FREE
NO TRANS FAT
VEGETARIAN
VEGAN

Nutrition Facts

Serving Size 100 ml
Servings Per Package: 2.5
Amount Per Serving
Calories 184
Calories From Fat 0
% Daily Value*
Total Fat 0g
0%
Saturated Fat 0g
0%
Poly Unsaturated Fat: 0g
0%
Cholesterol 0mg
0%
Sodium .1mg
0%
Total Carbohydrates 40.8g
14%
Dietary Fiber 0g
0%
Sugars 40.8g
Protein .4g
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2000 calorie diet. Your daily value may be higher or lower depending on your calorie needs:

Product Details

When we went to Italy in search of a top balsamic producer, we were looking for a family-run enterprise with almost religious devotion to the eventual product and a true sense of history and place. In that way, we would be assured that the traditional balsamico we bring to you is worthy of its designation. In the Pelloni family of Modena, we reached that goal. They began with the Al Castello restaurant at Castelvetro, Modena, located at the medieval Piazza della Dama. Fueled by a great love of cooking and culture, the Pellonis set about preserving the genuine cooking of the local region, now virtually extinct. Over the years, constant requests from diners for their bottled delicacies led to the establishment of La Vecchia Dispensa, a name drawn from the peasant lifestyle of antiquity. Strictly made in the traditional way, this balsamico begins with the pressed must of Trebbiano grapes, then is aged in barrels of costly woods (oak, mulberry, chestnut, cherry and juniper). Over the years, each imparts its own distinct character, gradually giving the vinegar its unique fragrance and flavor. Of course, as it continues to age, this labor of love darkens and thickens. The flavor of a seasoned 40 year old is complex and mellow compared to the relatively fruity boldness of a 10-year-old (Sounds like my life story!) The explosion of flavor and warmth in a 100-year-old is almost beyond description. Experience over the centuries has shown that balsamic vinegar should always be the last ingredient added to any dish, except when used to dress salads, says proprietor Roberta Pelloni. At over 20 years of age, it becomes denser, its fragrance and flavor are enriched and it can be appreciated to the fullest on flakes of Parmesan cheese, fresh strawberries or ice cream. Italians will simply sip it at the end of meal, both as a digestive and a pure delight.

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