MONTEGRATO Aged Amontillado Sherry Wine Vinegar 58 Years

MONTEGRATO Aged Amontillado Sherry Wine Vinegar 58 Years

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Intense and rich on the palate due to聽its long aging period. A few drops is all you will need because of the strength and intensity of this vinegar. Darker than fino, but lighter than oloroso, it has mahogany tones, and just the right amount of richness. It's round and well balanced with spicy notes reminiscent of old wines from Jerez.

  • Size: 200ml
  • Region: Jerez, Andalucia

Sherry vinegar is as staple in Spanish cuisine and is highly versatile for both serving and cooking. When it comes to serving dishes, drizzle sherry vinegar over chilled gazpacho to pack some extra twang or incorporate it into salad dressings using extra virgin olive oil, garlic, Dijon mustard, and a pinch of salt. You can pickle vegetables in a mixture of sherry vinegar, olive oil, herbs, and spices. Marinated olives with sherry vinegar, garlic, and herbs are also a great tapa to serve. When cooking, sherry vinegar enhances Spanish recipes by adding depth and acidity. Add it to braising liquids for meats like beef, pork, or chicken, or create reduction sauces with shallots, garlic, herbs, and stock. It balances flavors in stews, brightens saut茅ed vegetables, and can be used in marinades for dishes like Pollo al Ajillo (garlic chicken) or Pescado en Adobo (marinated fish).

Make sure to store your sherry vinegar in a cool and dark place. It's important to ensure that its temperature remains consistent. It's also best to limit your sherry vinegar's exposure to air, as that can cause oxidation and cause the oil to turn. With that being said, your sherry vinegar will last for a long time if cared for accordingly.


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