Delicate, floral, tasting of ripe apricots and smelling of honeysuckle, this sweet white balsamic is flawless over fruit, in a glaze or vinaigrette, or served over sparkling water as a spritzer. Contains no artificial flavors, additives, color, preservatives, or refined sugar.
Chef Recommended Pairings: Cayenne Chili Olive Oil, Portuguese Chiquitita, Spanish Picual
Recipe Ideas: Beet Salad with Tangerine Vinaigrette
The short-cropped grass under your feet is lush in the warmth of an English summertime, sloping slowly upwards, blending into immaculate gardens designed in the mid 1760s and impeccably maintained ever since. The scent of fruit trees of all kinds wafts along the air as your eyes drift towards the massive stone palace that towers over the park: Blenheim Palace, the ancestral home of the Dukes of Marlborough, is the epitome of English noble estates. This is where the Blenheim Apricot was first introduced, and has been cherished for its full flavor and delicate texture ever since. This white balsamic captures this royal fruit flavor traditionally served with grilled poultry or pork, fruit, or cheese.