Chardonnay Vinegar, a Must-Have for Every Kitchen Pantry
Visit our olive farm or online store to add our Chardonnay vinegar to your kitchen pantry or as part of a salad dressing gift pack. Made from white Chardonnay grapes, our white wine Chardonnay vinegar is rich with citrus flavours and a hint of balsamic richness. This vinegar is versatile and works well in several salad dressings, mixed with one of our extra virgin olive oils for dipping bread or seasoning salads, and adds delicious flavouring to chicken or fish dishes.
Merlot Vinegar in Cooking
Our Peninsula Providore Merlot Vinegar, has vibrant fruity flavours with a touch of balsamic richness. You can purchase our Merlot vinegar separately or as part of a gift pack. Merlot vinegar is a red wine vinegar with a sweet hint, made from Merlot grapes and makes a great addition to many dishes.
Merlot vinegar is a tangy ingredient in a salad dressing and you can drizzle it over a Greek salad, pasta salad, French potato salad, or fruit-based salad for extra flavour.
Add as a garnish to soups, use as a pickling solution, or glaze for potatoes. It makes a tasty appetiser when mixed with some extra virgin olive oil to dip bread into.
It combines well with most vegetables, is a super ingredient for barbeque sauces and marinades, and pairs deliciously with beef and pork.
Will Peninsula Providore’s Wine Vinegars Expire?
In general, vinegar does not expire, but if stored incorrectly, its appearance and quality will decline, and it will lose its acidity and flavour. The best before date on the bottles indicates the storage time during which the vinegar is at its best. Vinegar is self-preserving, so it does not need to be kept in the fridge; just ensure the bottle is closed properly and store it in a cool, dark place. Our Chardonnay Vinegar and merlot vinegar will remain at its best for about two years. It can last forever as long as the Vinegar is in a glass bottle and tightly sealed.
Contact us to find out more about our vinegar or to book a visit to our farm shop.