La compagnie de Bouteville
French vinegar aged in Cognac cask, 6.76 floz bottle.
The Baume de Bouteville is a handcrafted French balsamic vinegar, produced in the village of Bouteville in the Cognac area of western France. It is crafted from freshly harvested Ugni Blanc grapes, which descend from the same grape families as the world-renowned Trebbiano and white St-Émilion. After the “chauffe” process (heating at more than 60°C) in copper pot alembics, the Baume de Bouteville is carefully aged for several years in oak barrels that previously contained Cognac.
The young Baume de Bouteville, "l'Original," is a blend between two and five years of age...
The Original: Triple maturation, Refining in Cognac barrels, taste: noble & fruity notes, Suggestion: white meats, fish, shellfish, cocktails.
The "Fumé" (smoked): Triple maturation, Maturation in French oak barrel, taste: smoky & ashy notes, Suggestion: shellfish, fish, meat.
Ø 7 x 13.5 cm / Ø 2.75 x 5.25 in.
Made In France