- One of the most difficult varietals to cultivate, the ancient Pinot Noir grape provides a beautiful aromatic flavor. We begin with estate grown Pinot Noir grapes that are harvested at peak ripeness and crushed immediately. The young vinegar is aged in oak barrels to heighten its flavor, soften, and balance acidity. This aging process is meticulously managed from harvest to bottling to ensure a characteristic flavor profile and ruby color. Use Pinot Noir Italian Wine vinegar to brighten reduction sauces, marinades, and vegetables. (from Lucini)
Contains Sulfites From Grapes.