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POSTED OCT 25, 2018

What’s the deal with White Balsamic Vinegar?

Most of us are familiar with traditional balsamic vinegar. Some use it as a salad dressing, or to add some extra flavor to a meat dish, others even pair it with their favorite cheese plate…but what about white balsamic vinegar? Is there a difference?

What to use it for

White balsamic vinegar has a wide range of uses. Many chefs use this vinegar because of its clear color that will not turn a salad dressing or sauce the dark color that a traditional balsamic vinegar would. White balsamic vinegar is also produced differently than traditional balsamic. Though each process starts with the same white Trebbiano grapes, with this vinegar, the white-grape must is pressure-cooked to prevent it from browning before it’s aged for a short time period.

Great for:

  • Vegetables
  • Fish
  • Meats
  • Cheese Pairings
  • Salads

Bellino White Balsamic

Featured Recipes

This vinegar’s flavor brings both a floral and fruity taste and brightens up various dishes. Chef Cento uses white balsamic vinegar in many recipes.

Pork Medallions with White Balsamic, Cherry & Rosemary Sauce

Italian Style Salsa

Italian Taco