Balsamic Vinegar

Arlotta Balsamic Vinegar is a premium barrel-aged vinegar that is elegant, smooth, and sweet. Made in the centuries-old Mediterranean tradition from the must of Trebbiano grapes and aged in oak barrels for a rich, complex flavor and deep beautiful color. An exceptional ingredient that makes everyday meals extraordinary!


  1. What is the best way to use balsamic vinegar?

    The most popular use is for salad dressings, added as a finishing to vegetables or drizzled on meats, poultry and fish before and/or after roasting, grilling, or baking.

  2. Do you put balsamic vinegar in the fridge?

    Yes, you can store balsamic vinegar in the fridge if you’re using it mainly for salads. Choose the pantry when primarily using it for making sauces, marinades and reductions. The key is to keep your balsamic vinegar away from light and heat.

  3. What makes balsamic vinegar thick?

    Evaporation during the aging process contributes to a thicker and more concentrated balsamic vinegar. The size of the barrel is also a factor in the evaporation process where smaller barrels experience more evaporation than larger barrels, leading to a thicker, more syrupy vinegar than liquid aged in larger barrels.

  4. What is the difference between balsamic vinegar and white balsamic?

    Balsamic vinegar’s lengthy aging process produces a dark, sweet and thick liquid. White balsamic vinegar, on the other hand, is a milder, less sweet variation of its darker counterpart due to its cooking process and shorter aging period.

  5. How long can you keep Balsamic vinegar once opened?

    Traditional balsamic vinegar will keep indefinitely, but stored in a cool dark place to best preserve the complexity of its flavors, and keep away from other pungent ingredients. Balsamic vinegar will not continue to mature in the bottle.