Unlike most store-bought red wine vinegar, ours is made from carefully selected top shelf red Piedmont wines. The wine is then fermented and aged in oak barrels, giving it final touches of aroma and flavor truly characteristic of this classic vinegar

Keep it in a cool, dry place out of direct sunlight.

So long as you store your red wine vinegar correctly, it should never expire!

A balsamic vinegar from Modena, Italy is the mark of a true authentic balsamic. In the culinary world, it’s the highest caliber and quality of balsamic you can buy. Purchasing vinegar of Modena means your vinegar was made in the very birthplace of balsamic itself, using centuries-old traditional methods and by vinegar makers with global reputations.

To create a balsamic, vinegar makers first cook grape must, a fresh juice pressed from the fruits, seeds, and stems of grapes. This is gently blended with a superb wine vinegar, then aged in wooden barrels of ash, oak, cherry, or other fine woods. Natural finings are added during this process to improve the liquid’s clarity and remove sediment. This fermentation takes place over many years, sometimes 25 or more! The vinegar is then moved during this time to smaller and smaller barrels as the fermentation progresses and matures. After being analyzed and certified as quality and ready for market, the vinegar’s final step is filtration, bottling, and then (of course) its enjoyment as a wondrous gourmet condiment!