Ritrovo Selections Six-Year Balsamico

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Strawberries with Balsamic

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More than your money's worth
Aug 5, 2013 | By Jo-Claire Markham
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I first tasted in the Savory Pantry. It is a rich dense flavorful balsamic vinegar. A little goes a long way. Definitely worth the price

Ritrovo Selections Six-Year Balsamico

Weight: 8.5 fluid ounces

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Modena, Italy

The reason so many tasters misjudge this extraordinary balsamic vinegar, produced by Maletti, as being a 10-, 12-, or even a 15-year balsamic isn't just that it is made from carefully chosen basic ingredients, without additives of any kind - it also owes to the innovative (and secretive) manner in which it is aged. Maletti Balsamic Vinegar also undergoes an accelerated yet regulated evaporation in former wine barrels of French Allier oak, resulting in a density and depth of flavor, intense aroma, and clean delicateness of finish that belies its age and price.

Enjoy this sublime vinegar drizzled over fresh strawberries, or use as a condiment for meats right off the grill. It is delicious over salad greens topped with shaved Parmigiano Reggiano cheese. Beautifully bottled, it makes a lovely gift!

  • Drizzle over fresh strawberries
  • Perfectly complements salad greens and roasted meats
  • Makes an exquisite balsamic glaze for salmon
  • Beautifully bottled, this is an excellent gift for anyone who appreciates quality balsamic
Cooked grape must, Wine vinegar

Contains no artificial flavors or colors
In the rich, alluvial soil of Lambrusco di Sorbara in Soliera Italy, just outside of Modena in the Emilia Romagna region, the Maletti family has been producing quality Lambrusco wine for generations. Notwithstanding their success, young Davide Maletti has decided to blaze a new path for his family by producing an excellent, six-year Balsamic vinegar from the wine and grape musts (unfermented, pressed grape juice and pulp before it's turned into wine) of selected local Lambrusco (red) and Trebbiano (white)varietals.

Their vinegar is aged in an accelerated, yet regulated, evaporation process in former wine barrels of French Allier oak.