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Banyuls Vinegar - 500 ml
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The small French town of Banyuls-sur-Mer has long been known for the fine wines produced there. From these wines are produced one of the world's finest vinegars: Le Vinaigre de Banyuls. The naturally sweet wine of the region forms the base for the very small production of "vin doux natural" that is the basis for this wonderfully flavorful vinegar.

The vinegar that is made from this wine is aged for six years in oak casks and retains all the wine's qualities, with hints of nuts, licorice, coffee, orange peel, and vanilla.

Banyuls mixes well with nut oils. Its natural sweetness also makes it an good choice for deglazing rich dishes like sautéed duck or foie gras.

 

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