Belazu White Condimento is sometimes referred to as a ‘white balsamic vinegar’. This is partially correct… Trebianno grapes from Italy are also used to make white condimento. These grapes are also half of the grape duo used in balsamic vinegars. Instead of red wine vinegar, white wine vinegar starts and boosts the fermentation to make Belazu White Condimento.
Like traditional balsamic vinegars, it has a complex flavour profile. It starts out with a sweet touch. The sweetness quickly gives way and lets go to gentle acidity. The overall effect is a rich sweet and sour. It works very well with vegetables and seafoods. For a real flavour boost try it on your French fries or on fresh green grapes. Sometimes the best pairings are the most surprising!