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Fig Balsamic Vinegar (375ml)

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Our Fig Balsamic Vinegar gets a fruity boost to its intense aromatic notes, dense texture and hint of acidity that brings out the flavor in any dish. Made from Lambrusco and Trebbiano grapes of Modena, Italy, our Fig Balsamic Vinegar matches the high-quality standards of our ultra-premium extra virgin olive oil. From the Mediterranean with love, we developed this Fig Balsamic Vinegar as the perfect complement to our Original EVOO.
Our Fig Balsamic Vinegar can be one of the hardest working items in your pantry. We love it drizzled on fruit for breakfast, dessert, or grilling, with our EVOO in a salad dressing, and even as a flavor kick in a chicken dish.
Trebbiano and Lambrusco cooked grape must, wine vinegar, fig juice concentrate
Our olive oils and balsamic vinegars are bottled in premium glass bottles, so we take care to ship in heavy duty corrugated boxes that protect the bottles and eliminate breakage in transit. Please note that we are currently experiencing fulfillment delays due to the nationwide labor shortage. Under normal circumstances, orders typically ship from our warehouse in Connecticut within 1-2 business days via UPS Ground. You will receive an email with your tracking number as soon as your order ships. Please reach out to hello@kosterina.com for assistance with your order.

Fig Balsamic Vinegar (375ml)

WHY KOSTERINA EXTRA VIRGIN OLIVE OIL?

HIGH-POLYPHENOL

Polyphenols are powerful, naturally occurring antioxidants that are clinically proven to reduce inflammation in the body. Our EVOO has a polyphenol content of 470 mg/kg.

EARLY HARVEST

When olives are harvested early, they are picked and pressed before they are ripe. Our early harvest have higher levels of polyphenol content and our signature fresh, robust flavor.

GREEK

All of our extra virgin olive oils are made from 100% koroneiki olives harvested in southern Greece. The Kosterina family hails from Koroni - the home of the koroneiki olive.