The names Badia and Alemany have been synonymous of vinegar and honey for more than a hundred years now. At present, the two families have continued the tradition for five generations and have dedicated ourselves to producing high-quality artisan products.
Net Weight: 8.5oz/250ml
Endives, orange, and walnuts. Courgette carpaccio, Parmesan and pine nuts. Salmon tartare with avocado and sliced almonds. Grilled hake with garlic and chili pepper. Orange sesame chicken. Sirloin steak and veggie skewers. Sautéed apples. Marinated pineapple and strawberries. Especially recommended with: dried fruit and cheese salads.
Fruity, exquisitely sweet and full of nuances, it perfectly maintains the qualities of its ingredients
During the fermentation process, only the alcohol from the wine becomes vinegar. The other aromas and flavours only stay in the vinegar if the method used is slow and delicate. This is why, even when competing against quick, industrial fermentation systems for producing high volumes of vinegar with few sensory layers, here at Badia Vinagres we have chosen to stick with a traditional method that has been used for almost 200 years. Invented in 1823 by the German chemist Schützenbach, the method consists of a slow and painstaking process to extract the best features of vinegar and its base wine in order to better preserve the aromas and flavours, achieving a very pleasant touch of acidity. Special mention should be given to the last step of the manufacturing process of our Riesling and Merlot bittersweets, which is followed by a maturing stage in carefully selected French oak barrels. During this aging phase, the wood incorporates aromas from the exchange reactions between the two materials, thus refining and balancing the resulting vinegar.
- Organic Moscatel wine vinegar, orange blossom honey.