Balsamic vinegar

a sweetish, aromatic vinegar made from the must of white grapes and aged in wood barrels.
Contemporary Examples

But the manager says turnover is high and that he sells out of even such pricey items as Pringles, Nescafe, and balsamic vinegar.
Life After the Bombs Judith Miller October 15, 2009

Gaby Dalkin takes out her high-end olive oil and blends it with balsamic vinegar to pour over caprese salad.
The Secrets to Buying Olive Oil Jill Donenfeld November 30, 2009

Now drizzle in the balsamic vinegar and slap your chicken around the bowl.
How to Cook ‘Ghetto Gourmet’ The Daily Beast December 7, 2009

a type of dark-coloured sweet Italian vinegar made from white grapes and aged in wooden barrels over a number of years


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