Is this the noblest balsamic vinegar? In any case, it has aged in barrels made of the most majestic of woods: oak. Rich in tannins, it brings a lively amber tone to balsamic and its sweet scent of vanilla and spices. In the mouth, it deploys a whole range of multiple sensations with aromas of gingerbread and finally notes of prunes and nuts. Its sweetness is balanced by a fine acidity.
With its warm and spicy notes, it evokes winter.
Its sweetness and refinement will ideally accompany meats such as lamb as well as baked fish.