, subtly sweet
and airy vinegar from the Banyuls
region in southern France, which is famous
for its dessert wines. This vinegar is made from white grenache, muscat, and grey grenache
Oldest producer in the region
The Cooperative Etoile was founded in 1921 by a group of wine growers united by very close family relations - it is the oldest in Banyuls. 80% of the production of the world-renowned dessert wine comes from 12 vineyards -- and production is extremely limited. Aged Banyuls wine undergoes acidic fermentation, after which the vinegar is aged in wood barrels for six years.
Origin: France: Banyuls region.