The origin of vinegar runs parallel with the time at which man started to use grape juice to make wine, and its discovery was probably due to a mistake in storing. However, a turned wine is not a vinegar. The same care and attention afforded a fine wine must also be shown to the production of vinegar.
Edmond Fallot took leadership of the company which now bears his name back in 1928. Since then, the Fallot name has become synonymous with quality and innovation.
The Fallot Red Wine Vinegar flavored with figs is excellent when used as a base for various vinegrettes, but also as a base for marinades in preparations of pork tenderloin or poultry.
Each bottle of Edmond Fallot Fig Flavored Red Wine Vinegar contains 250ml. or 8.37fl.oz.