Delouis Champagne vinegar is made using the same basic process as champagne and is aged in a barrel for at least a year. This vinegar is made from champagne bottles of wine that has been aged in oak barrels. It's amber in color and has a slightly woody flavor.
This vinegar is aromatic but delicate, and it does not overpower the flavor of the ingredients it comes with. As a result, it can be added to salads, sauces, and even asparagus. It's also used to flavor and defrost a variety of meat and vegetable dishes, as well as mayonnaise.
Vinegars are the result of a natural fermentation that will transform the alcohol contained in wine or cider into vinegar. Delouis has chosen to ferment in a submerged environment that allows the vinegar to retain all the flavor of the wine used.
Vinegars can be flavored in different ways: by always natural or salty flavors, by sweet or savory concentrated juices, by aromatics and aromatic plants added by hand, as well as by fruit and vegetable purees.
White wine vinegar from the Champagne-Ardenne region. 7% acidity. Contains SULFITES.
It can be used in salads, sauces and even asparagus. It is also used to enhance and defrost many meat or vegetable dishes, as well as mayonnaise.