What is Rosé Balsamic Vinegar and How Do I Use It?

 

Rosé Balsamic Vinegar is a delicious treat that highlights everything we enjoy about rosé wine: bright acidity and soft, subtle aromas of crabapple, watermelon, raspberries, strawberries, and wet stone. Unlike traditional balsamic vinegar which is typically made from a combination of Trebbiano, Lambrusco, and/or Sangiovese grades, Rosé Balsamic is made from the Pinot Nero (Pinot Noir) grape variety. This grape produces earthy, but elegant wines that translate beautifully into a well-balanced, clean, cool, crisp and dry vinegar. For a delicious vinaigrette, combine it with your favorite olive oil and Dijon mustard. The velvety consistency will lovingly caress everything from salad greens to grill-bound asparagus and seafood.

Excellent Complements
Nicoise Salad
Light Vinaigrettes
Goat Cheese
White Asparagus
Mixed Drinks & Spritzers
 
Ideas for Use
Combine Rosé Balsamic with any suggested olive oil pairings for a great salad dressing.
Combine Rosé Balsamic with Chipotle, Harissa, or Mushroom & Sage olive oil for a pork or poultry marinade.
Serve Rosé Balsamic over ice with vodka or sparkling water.
Use Rosé Balsamic as a glaze on seafood.
Use Rosé Balsamic in a vinaigrette to dress warm fingerling potatoes or sautéed haricot verts and sprinkle with chopped chives.
Drizzle Rosé Balsamic over sautéed herbed zucchini.