Elderberry Wine Vinegar, Slow Vinegar Company
The Slow Vinegar Company was set up by Sarah and Andrew de Feu a few years ago in Yorkshire. Andrew has been a home brewer since he reached the legal drinking age but it was during the lockdown that he and Sarah realised they could start a unique company, making wine vinegars that didn’t exist on the market.
The process for making each vinegar is a slow one, hence the company name. They first make and mature the wine before souring it into vinegar so every bottle goes through double fermentation (as opposed to just adding a flavour to white wine vinegar). It’s at least 12 months from start to finish.
The ingredients that go into each bottle are mostly hand foraged (elderflowers, elderberries, blackberries, wild garlic) or home grown (apples), with a couple of ingredients coming from small, local farms (beetroots, blackcurrants, strawberries and raspberries).
This elderberry vinegar is great for enriching sauces, stews and casseroles and makes a particularly good match for game, duck and sausages. It is also a fantastic, zingy addition to salad dressings. This bottle contains 200ml.
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