Organic Balsamic Vinegar

16.9 oz bottle

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16.9 oz bottle

Why You’ll Love It

Some things in life get better with age—like our balsamic vinegar! It’s made in Italy with non-GMO and pesticide-free grapes, and is stored in wooden barrels until the fruit reaches syrupy perfection. See More
SKU: 671635701992

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Meet the Thrive Market collection, a diverse group of high-quality pantry staples, wellness products, and home supplies at the best prices possible. Since our mission is to make healthy living easy and affordable, we created this line with our core values in mind—spanning from sustainability and social impact to nutrition and the environment—and designed each product to support your unique dietary needs and lifestyle. So get shopping, and stock your shelves with everything you need to thrive, like superfoods, oils, sprouted flours, nuts and seeds, spices, and more! Features: - Non-GMO, and organic products, available at the best prices possible - Rigorous sourcing practices to bring you the highest-quality products - More than 100 products in categories ranging from oils and flours to pasta sauces and dried fruits, with another 300+ in development
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Ingredients

Organic Red Wine Vinegar, Organic Grape Must. Contains Naturally Occurring Sulfites.


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Serving Size 1 Tbsp (15mL) Servings Per Container About 33

Amount Per Serving

Calories 20

% Daily Value*
Total Fat 0g 0%
Trans Fat 0g
Cholesterol 0mg 0%
Sodium 0mg 0%
Total Carbohydrate 4g 1%
Sugars 4g
Protein 0g

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Why You’ll Love Organic Balsamic Vinegar

The allure of Modena: The first written reference to balsamic vinegar dates back to 1046 when it’s believed the Holy Roman Emperor Henry III was given a bottle while passing through the Emilia-Romagna region of Italy. Along with nearby Modena, these are the only two locations in the world where traditional balsamic vinegar is made.

Worth the wait: Balsamic vinegar begins with late-harvest grape must—the entire grape pressed with its juice, skin, stems, and seeds. The grapes are cooked until concentrated, then fermented for up to three weeks before being stored in barrels until the vinegar heads to a bottle.

Dress up your meals: Thick, glossy balsamic vinegar pairs perfectly with a variety of foods. Drizzle it over grilled vegetables or meat, whisk with mustard and oil for a tart salad dressing, or put a few drops on strawberries for a sweet ending.

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