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Sherry Vinegar Reserva by Valdeporres

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This Sherry Vinegar Reserva by Valdeporres is protected under the denomination "Vinagre de Jerez Reserva", which ensures a minimum aging period of 2 years.

It has a deep mahogany color and bright amber reflections. It stands out for its unmistakable and powerful aroma, loaded with nuances that remind us of vanilla, nuts, and wine-infused wood. To this, a palate with an acidic and drying taste is added, reminding us of its origin in Jerez.

For this vinegar, we highlight its excellent value for money. This is an economical Sherry wine vinegar ideal for substituting white wine vinegar, and very useful for everyday use.

 

How to use this Sherry vinegar?

It is ideal in cold soups like gazpacho or vichyssoise.

  • Origin: Product of Spain. Jerez, Spain
  • Size: 500 ml/16.9 oz
  • Ingredients: 100% Aged Sherry Vinegar.

 

Store in a cool, dry place.

Origins

The origin of Sherry Vinegars dates back almost three thousand years, tracing back to the 7th century BC. 

Jerez Vinegar PDO

Jerez Sherry Vinegar can only be made from wines covered by the Denominations of Origin Jerez and Manzanilla Sanlúcar de Barrameda, a condition that means our vinegars can only come from three grape varieties, which coincide with those allowed by these denominations to produce their wines.

These three varieties are Palomino, Pedro Ximénez, and Moscatel. The first is more neutral, the second reminiscent of dried fruit, and the third more floral, qualities that are transferred to the vinegars and, together with the duration of their aging and the amount of residual sugar in the vinegar, create an endless palette of aromas and flavors.

Types of Jerez Vinegar

There are different types of Sherry Vinegars. This variety is due to the different aging times, the different grapes used to make the base wine, and the existence of semi-sweet Sherry Vinegars. Each Sherry Vinegar is unique and has recommended uses, although obviously, everyone can use them as they wish.

  • - Sherry Vinegar: ages between six and two years in wood. It has an intense amber color with mahogany reflections. Its aroma may remind you of nuts and it's a perfect dressing for reductions, sauces, and pickles.
  • - Sherry Vinegar Reserva: ages between two and ten years. It has an intense mahogany color. Its aroma recalls vanilla, nuts, and the passage through wood. It is ideal in cold soups such as gazpacho or vichyssoise.
  • - Sherry Vinegar Gran Reserva: must exceed ten years of aging. It has a mahogany color and a silky texture. Its acidity and aromas are more concentrated and it works wonderfully with salmorejo, roasted vegetables, or salads.
  • - Sherry Vinegar Pedro Ximénez: ages for a minimum of six months and takes its name and organoleptic characteristics from the wines made with this grape. It is dark and dense in color. It is a semi-sweet vinegar and its aroma recalls dried fruits, licorice, and toasted notes. It is a perfect condiment for meats and a great ally for desserts and cheeses.
  • - Sherry Vinegar Moscatel: ages for a minimum of six months and acquires the floral and lively qualities of Moscatel wines. It is ideal with salads and dressings containing fruits and citrus.

Uses

All this richness makes Sherry Vinegar a perfect ally for everyday cooking, as well as for the haute cuisine practiced in the best restaurants in the world. When you know how to use Sherry Vinegar, you'll stop seeing it only as a dressing.

For example, marinating anchovies with ordinary vinegar is not the same as choosing Sherry Vinegar. It will impart a wide range of nuances to the fish and turn this simple and popular bite into a whole experience. Here's a foolproof recipe for you.

Traditional marinated carrots, a delicious and refreshing dish perfected in Andalusia, are elevated with the help of a Sherry Vinegar Reserve. You can try our recipe; success is guaranteed.

If you're feeling sophisticated and creative, you can surprise your guests by cooking this cherry, pistachio, anchovy, and fresh cheese gazpacho; a Sherry Vinegar Gran Reserva suits it wonderfully.

Any vinaigrette, no matter how simple, benefits greatly from Sherry Vinegar, and even in the sweet world, vinegar can find a use. Try, for example, this recipe for French toast with Sherry Vinegar English cream and nougat. You'll be surprised!

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Andreina Stefan
Ideal for gazpacho

I learned to make gazpacho from a YouTube video and was looking for a good, rich Jerez vinegar. The flavor difference is noticeable (I used to make it with wine vinegar). A success!