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Organic New Mexican Traditional Balsamico
“In the high desert of the American Southwest, this Italian style classic is made with estate-grown organic grapes, aged in rare wood casks from Modena, Italy. It is artisanal, sustainable, and rare – with no New World equal.”
– Steve Darland, The Darland Company, LLC.
The finest offering at The Farm Shop, this 16-year aged balsamic is made in Monticello, New Mexico and is raising eyebrows around the world. Paul Bertolli says it’s “the best and most auththentic of the New World balsamics that I have tasted.” The senior editor of Saveur magazine, Kate Kracklauer said “We are completely beguiled…it’s extraordinary.”
If you love balsamic or want the perfect gift for a devout chef or food enthusiast, look no further. This is pure foodie GOLD. Each 4.5 oz bottle contains what could have been 50 bottles of estate grown certified organic wine, but the “angels share” (natural evaporation through the wood casks) reduces this liquid into a dense AND viscous elixir of the Gods that can fit into the palm of your hand. The ash, acacia, cherry, chestnut, juniper, mulberry, and oak barrels made by Renzi of Modena all impart flavor throughout the aging process. Los Poblanos head Chef Jonathan Perno calls this ingredient “brilliant & incomparable” because it brings out flavors in grilled meats and vegetables, and creates a unique experience with figs, melons, ice cream or strawberries. Try with a smoked pear, but be sure your guests are sitting down. It may be the most amazing thing they’ve ever tasted. Limited supply, order yours today!
Note: This is not the balsamic you find at supermarkets or specialty food stores. (99% of balsamic sold in the U.S. isn’t the real deal.) You will not want to cook with this balsamic, so think of it as a finishing salt. It brings out flavors in your food that you wouldn’t normally experience. Suggested food pairings are included in the packaging.
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