American Barrel California Sherry Vinegar
Made with California Sherry this vinegar is our take on a classic Spanish-style vinegar with some unmistakable added swagger from The Golden State.
This nutty vinegar is double barrel aged.
It first spends 3 years at the winery in California. We then slow ferment it in small batches using a unique process we recreated from the early 1800s and then barrel age it again. Because sherry vinegar is higher in acid the fermentation is extra slow which contributes to a mellower flavor, despite the higher acid.
Like all of our vinegars, this vinegar is raw and unfiltered and is then hand bottled for you to enjoy.
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Our American Barrel California Sherry Vinegar is fermented using sherry from California.
The original sherry wine is made from Palomino and Pedro Ximenez sweet grapes grown in California and then barrel aged at the winery for three years. Vinegar fermentation begins when the sherry reaches us in New England and is then barrel aged again after vinegar fermentation.
Sherry vinegars are traditionally high acid and our California Sherry is no exception. This is our highest acid vinegar and is well-balanced through longer fermentation and longer barrel aging, as well as its lovely underlying nutty nose.
8.5oz glass bottle
Vinaigrettes, cold soups, tomato dishes, roasts, and pan deglazing.
California Sherry Wine
California sherry wine vinegar
Classic sherry vinegar with a nutty acid-balancing note.
Slow fermented. Aged in 25-gallon American oak barrels.
A beautifully clean, slightly sweet, and mildly acidic vinegar that compliments any beef or lamb dish. Deglazing the pan the meat has been seared in with a splash of this sherry vinegar instantly adds a layer of umami to the sauce. A wonderful vinear to have on hand at all times!
It’s been wonderful, and I can’t wait to try another variety!
. Recently I received a new recipe called pickled shrimp calling for vinegar where I used American Sherry Vinegar instead of the usual white. It was not just delicious, but with the substitution it became sensational. Can’t wait to try them all.
This is a very tart but delicious vinegar. It will give what you are cooking or in a salad dressing a zip!!!
I cook with lots of sherry vinegar from Spain, substituted American Vinegar Works Sherry this weekend and it tasted better. What more can you ask for better flavor at a better price