- Rich, sweet vinegar from PX grapes
- Flavors of licorice and sun-dried raisins
- For salads and marinades
- Presented by celebrated chef José Andrés
- Made by the artisans at Marchenilla
- Size - 8.46 fl oz/250 ml
This delightful vinegar is a blend of barrel aged sherry vinegar and sweet Pedro Ximénez wine, rivaling the finest balsamic. With a deep amber color and vibrant complexity, this aged vinegar has flavors of vanilla, sun-dried grapes and licorice. Ideal for dressing fresh greens or as a marinade for grilled chicken or vegetables.
Chef José Andrés sources this fine vinegar from artisan producer Marchenilla in Jeréz de La Frontera for his personal collection. Aged sherry vinegar is mixed with a small amount of Pedro Ximénez wine, pressed from grapes that are semi-dried in the sun to concentrate sweetness. The result is a mildly sweet vinegar with a dynamic, complex flavor. The vinegar is aged using the traditional Solera process, where vintages are mixed in oak barrels every year, with some going back many years.
Sherry vinegar, Pedro Ximénez sweet wine, water.
Serving size 0.5 oz (15ml). Calories 1.9. Total fat 0g (0%), Saturated fat 0g (0%), Trans fat 0g (0%), Cholesterol 0mg (0%), Sodium 0mg (0%), Total carbohydrate 0.35g (0%). Protein 0g. Not a significant source of dietary fiber, sugars, vitamin A, vitamin C, calcium or iron. *Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet.
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May We Suggest
"Tasty. Not as deep or a well-balanced flavor as some other PX vinegars, but certainly worth the price. "
John - Lansdowne, PA October 2015