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Its sweetness and acidity are finely balanced, its color and aroma are deep and complex, and its texture and taste viscous and rich. Vrionis Aged Balsamic Vinegar, is a 100% natural product, gluten-free, without added colors and flavorings, suitable for vegetarians and vegans. Having matured in seasoned French oak casks, in a specially designated area, with perfectly controlled conditions, the Aged Balsamic has been enriched with texture, aromas and color from the wood of the cask itself. Balsamic vinegar is the result of blending concentrated grape must and wine vinegar, and then maturing. for the Aged Balsamic, we incorporated vinegar from carefully selected Samos grape varieties, and high nutritional value concentrated grape must, from exceptional Nemea grape varieties. The must has been concentrated in the authentic way of slow cooking, which allows the gradual caramelization of natural sugars. That, in turn, gives the characteristic taste of the genuine concentrated grape must. Indulge yourself with the fine Vrionis Aged Balsamic.
  • Net Weight
    250ml
  • Gross Weight
    518g
Product History
Vinegar production is based on the conversion of alcohol into acetic acid. Historically, vinegar is the oldest and most popular of the spices used in gastronomy. Its origins go hand by hand with the use of wine, approximately in 6000 B.C, as they are both the natural outcome of the product of alcoholic fermentation. The Greeks used it widely in cooking and they are the first to distinguish different kinds of vinegar based on its place of origin. As far as the link between vinegar and well- being is concerned, it dates way back, as, by nature, vinegar has disinfectant and antimicrobial properties. Ancient physicians Hippocrates and Galen used vinegar as a medicine and so did the Egyptians, the Romans, the Chinese, etc.
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Aged balsamic vinegar, from Attica "Vrionis" 250ml

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Product code: 010317 Gross Weight 518g
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Its sweetness and acidity are finely balanced, its color and aroma are deep and complex, and its texture and taste viscous and rich.
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