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Txakoli Vinegar 50cl

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Working with top-quality ‘Txakoli’ wine made from the local Hondarribi Zuri white grape, this white wine vinegar is produced using traditional, centuries-old methods. The result is a vinegar that has a light, airy flavour, which makes an excellent salad dressing when mixed with oil.

The traditional method for making this wonderful Txakoli vinegar starts with pouring ‘Txakoli’ in to wooden barrels and adding Mycoderma aceti, or mother of vinegar, to the wine. Local Orduña honey is added to the liquid and over a period of four months as the fermentation process occurs, the result is a lightly sweetened and refreshing white wine vinegar. 

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Located in the town of Orduña in the Nerbioialdea area of the Basque Country, Orduna is an enterprising company set up and run by Emilio Luengas and Javier Martín. The company was the first to produce the only txakolí vinegar from the Basque Country, txakolí Nuestra Señora de La Antigua. 
Nuestra Senora de La Antigua txakolí has the Protected Designation of Origin “Bizkaiko txakolina”. Protected Designation of Origin identifies products that are produced, processed and prepared in a specific geographical area, using the recognised know-how of local producers and ingredients from the region concerned. These are products whose characteristics are linked to their geographical origin.

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Txakoli Vinegar 50cl

Txakoli Vinegar 50cl

Working with top-quality ‘Txakoli’ wine made from the local Hondarribi Zuri white grape, this white wine vinegar is produced using traditional, centuries-old methods. The result is a vinegar that has a light, airy flavour, which makes an excellent salad dressing when mixed with oil.

The traditional method for making this wonderful Txakoli vinegar starts with pouring ‘Txakoli’ in to wooden barrels and adding Mycoderma aceti, or mother of vinegar, to the wine. Local Orduña honey is added to the liquid and over a period of four months as the fermentation process occurs, the result is a lightly sweetened and refreshing white wine vinegar.