The Mussini family has a very extensive line of balsamic vinegars. The oldest have matured for no less than 100 years on wood. This youngest one is 3 years old. The coin on the front of the bottle indicates the age of the balsamic vinegar. Each coin is equal to 3 years aging in wooden barrels. So you can see how old a balsamic vinegar really is. Young balsamic vinegar is perfect to use over salads, in combination with a nice olive oil. It has a fresh – sour taste. Because of its freshness and spicy tones it is also ideal for sauces, reducing, and making stew.
Acetaia Mussini – SABA , 6.76 fl oz (200 ml)
Saba is a condiment typical of Modena. It is a syrup made from grapes obtained from the slightly pressed must and cooked slowly. Historically, before the time of sugar, it was used as a sweetener along with honey. Farmers used this product both for sweet dishes and to season simple dishes such as polenta.
Ingredients: Cooked grape must.
Content: 6.76 fl oz (200 ml)
Serving suggestions: Shrimps, shellfish, foie gras, aged cheese, caviar cooked or grilled vegetables , roasts, meat stews, grilled, smoked or boiled fish, omelets, fruit salads, desserts, ice cream.
Availability: 20 in stock