- Sun-dried Corinthian grapes
- Directly from grapes and not from wine
- Combines the rich flavor of the balsamic recipe with the subtle and fruity taste of white vinegar.
|Items||Shelf-Life||Seasonality||Gross WT (g)||Pieces||Gross WT (Kg)||Cartons per pallet|
|White Balsamic Vinegar||Indefinite Indefinite||Year round||531||12||6.56||96|
Made directly from sun-dried Corinthian raisins, known for their intense aroma, and rectified grape must, responsible for its fine sweetness, this condiment has a light golden color and it combines the rich flavor of the balsamic recipe with the subtle and fruity taste of white vinegar.
It is ideal to be drizzled on fresh salads and applied in light-colored sauces or used as a main component in marinades.
Vinegar, a staple of the Ancient Greek diet, mixed with honey and olive oil, appears to have been the first dressing used for certain dishes, particularly salads. Rosemary was believed to strengthen the mind and enhance memory, while thyme, famous for its aroma, was the symbol of bravery. The secret of the Ancients Greeks was to balance ingredients in order to bring out the individual flavors, the sweet and the sour, the bitter and…the unexpected.