Martin Pouret Orleans Tarragon White Wine Vinegar 8.5 oz. (250ml) Best Price
In 1394, the vinegar merchants’ corporation was formed in Orléans and to this day, vinegar-making is a prized tradition there. The city's strategic position on the Loire River accounts for its predominance: when Bordeaux wines being shipped to Paris turned bad (vin aigre = sour wine), they were unloaded at Orléans. Martin Pouret is the only vinaigrier still making vinegars according to the traditional Orléans process. Aging for at least one year in an oak cask, the resulting vinegars are less acidic and preserve the original perfumes and minerals of the wine. Try using this Tarragon White Wine Vinegar to make a delicious vinaigrette for salad!
- Facts: 8.5 oz. Product of France.