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10 Ways to Use VSOP Balsamic Vinegar

Posted On: Jul 23, 2020   |   Posted By: Williams Sonoma

10 Ways to Use VSOP Balsamic Vinegar

Peaches, prosciutto and VSOP, thanks!
Sometimes you end up in a party conversation about something as innocuous-sounding as balsamic vinegar. You'd be forgiven for thinking, “Why? Why did this person pin me down to rave about a 25-year-old Italian balsamic vinegar she just tried for the first time? What in the world?”
But to read the five-star reviews of our famous aged VSOP balsamic vinegar -far and away our best-selling condiment-is to get familiar with obsession. Simmered in copper cauldrons, then aged in wooden barrels for a full 25 years, the vinegar takes on a silky, unctuous quality reflecting the pure white Trebbiano grapes that comprise it. Its legions of fans are using it in salad dressing and on tomatoes, sure, but also on sandwiches, ice cream, in cocktails and over roasted veggies. Here are some of the favorite ways to use VSOP balsamico among its many, many aficionados.
1. Dressing
Yep, just olive oil, balsamic vinegar, a bit of sea salt and a hit of pepper, and you're there. Add Dijon and...

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