MiaBella Traditional Aged Balsamic Vinegar is made from 100% Trebbiano grapes with no added sugars, caramels, flavors, or preservatives. The resulting product, called mosto cotto in Italian (grape must), is aged in wood cask barrels that are made of oak and juniper. Once the process is finished, MiaBella Traditional Aged Balsamic is a rich, viscous, deep brown syrup and with a complexity of flavors that balance perfectly with any number of courses. Each bottle is numbered for small batches of one-thousand and signed, ensuring the highest quality of luxury gourmet balsamic available.
Numbered and signed, MiaBella Traditional Aged Balsamic Vinegar is handcrafted in small batches and carefully selected for your enjoyment. Each bottle of MiaBella contains only the finest quality traditional aged balsamic vinegar. Made of 100% Trebbiano grapes grown on the rolling green hills of Modena.
No added caramels, flavors, or preservatives.
Balsamic vinegar might be the single best kept secret in a person’s pantry. With the perfect balance of sweet and rich flavors, the centuries old recipe is extremely versatile and can be used on salads, sauces, and marinades or drizzled over steaks, strawberries, and even ice-cream!
Traditional Balsamic Vinegar is made from a reduction of cooked Trebbiano grape juice called grape must and is nothing like the vinegar we find on most grocery store shelves. Originating in the Modena and Reggio Emilia regions of Northern Italy, Traditional Balsamic dates back to the Middle ages. First documented in a poem written in 1046, today’s traditional balsamic vinegar is a highly valued, sought after product known by few but loved by all who have had the opportunity to taste it.
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Versatile and Delicious!
Tastes great on
Even Vanilla Ice Cream!
MiaBella Traditional Balsamic Vinegar is the perfect cooking ingredient for home chefs and foodies.