A product exclusive to Williams Sonoma, this reserve balsamic vinegar by Olivier was barrel-aged for a quarter of a century. Described as a "prized of Italian elixir," the specially aged condiment made with the wine of white Trebbiano grapes. Made in Modena, Italy, the oak barrels in which the balsamic vinegar is aged helps to enrich it in terms of flavor and aroma.
This elegant reserve balsamic vinegar from WIlliams Sonoma is a great example of the consumer interest in elevating the everyday in simple ways. By incorporating gourmet specialty cooking sauces and condiments into home cooking, individuals can experiment by adding complex flavors to familiar dishes, making it easy and cost-effective to expand their repertoire.
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This Reserve Balsamic Vinegar Was Barrel-Aged for 25 Years in Italy
- By: Rebecca ByersSep 18, 2018