At Olio2go, we pride ourselves on curating the finest lines of Italian vinegars. Discover balsamic vinegar sourced directly from Modena, a town within Emilia-Romagna, the birthplace of balsamic. You'll also find flavorful wine vinegars from Tuscany, alongside unique vinegars blended with grape must from Sicily.
For those who appreciate the added depth of flavor that aging offers, it's impossible to refuse the full-bodied profile of our aged vinegars. There's a reason so many of our products are award winners: the traditionally crafted varieties you'll find here are rich and beautifully balanced. From the sublime 12-year-old Manicardi Aceto Balsamico Tradizionale to the sweet and tart Compagnia Del Montale Anniversary Edition, you're sure to find the perfect blend for your tastes.
You'll also find outstanding gift ideas in this collection. La Vecchia Dispensa's IGP Gold Label Balsamic is dense and sweet on the palate, perfect for those who like a touch of tang with their dessert. If you're shopping for someone with exquisite taste, then you can't miss San Giacomo's set of Aceto Balsamico Tradizionale di Reggio Emilia. This gift curates three aged balsamics with complex flavors and booklets featuring the history of each blend and recommended recipes, so you can easily impress friends and family with the unparalleled flavors of Italy.
No matter what you're looking for, at Olio2go, you're sure to find an outstanding vinegar with unique, rich flavors. If you have any questions, feel free to contact us Monday through Friday, from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m.
1. What is Italian vinegar?
Italian vinegar is vinegar that is produced in Italy, using traditional methods and local ingredients. Italian vinegars are often aged for several years in wooden barrels, which imparts a unique flavor and aroma.
2. What are some types of Italian vinegar?
Some popular types of Italian vinegar include balsamic vinegar, red wine vinegar and white wine vinegar.
3. What is balsamic vinegar?
Balsamic vinegar is a type of vinegar originating from Italy, made from cooked grape must that is aged for several years in wooden barrels. It has a dark, syrupy consistency and a rich, sweet-tart flavor, and is commonly used as a condiment or seasoning in salads, marinades, sauces, and other dishes.
4. What are some uses for vinegar?
Italian vinegar is a versatile ingredient that can be used in a variety of ways, such as salad dressings, marinades, sauces, and even desserts.
5. What are the health benefits of consuming vinegar?
Consuming vinegar has been known to reduce cholesterol levels, improve digestion and help regulate blood sugar levels.