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Walnut Balsamic Vinegar

Walnut Balsamic Vinegar

You will go nuts for this rich & velvety balsamic vinegar. It has a beautiful balance of flavors, with the natural sweetness of our balsamic vinegar, a hint of acidity, and the savory taste of walnuts.

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Find our new Walnut Balsamic Vinegar, along with our full collection, at Whole Foods nationwide.
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Our balsamic vinegars are aged 6 years for a high-density, velvety balsamic, with no added sugar. Made from Lambrusco and Trebbiano grapes of Modena, Italy, our Walnut Balsamic Vinegar matches the high-quality standards of our ultra-premium extra virgin olive oil. From the Mediterranean with love, we developed this Walnut Balsamic Vinegar as the perfect complement to our Original EVOO.

How to Use

No charcuterie is complete without this vinegar. It pairs perfectly with cheese, harvest bowls, goat cheese salad, or even baked into breads and desserts.


Trebbiano and Lambrusco cooked grape must, wine vinegar, black walnut concentrate

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  • High-Polyphenol

    Polyphenols are powerful, naturally occurring antioxidants that are clinically proven to reduce inflammation in the body. Kosterina only offers olive oil with ultra high polyphenol content.
  • 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.