With its characteristic light fruity flavor, white wine vinegar is one of our most versatile condiments. Subtly sweet its bright, clean acidity is the ideal base for quick pickling brines when preserving the flavors of seasonal fruits and vegetables. The perfect addition to rich sauces like hollandaise and aioli white wine vinegar brightens without overpowering. Sharp and flavorful add it to all your favorite recipes to add a delicious touch of refinement. At Gourmet Wholesaler, we’re proud to be offering some of the finest varieties of white wine vinegar on the market. Browse through our selection of gourmet vinegars and enjoy the convenience of receiving all your ingredients delivered straight to your door!
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How to Use White Wine Vinegar
We love white wine vinegar for its mild buttery taste. More delicate than its counterpart, red wine vinegar, we prefer it for dishes with a lighter flavor profile. In the same way, we’d choose a wine we’d like to drink with a dish (red wine with red meat and white wine with white meat) we can choose, a vinegar we’d like to make it with. Perfect for deglazing pans and creating creamy sauces, marinating poultry, and making dressings and vinaigrettes. White wine vinegar is a versatile and tasty addition to your pantry and a must-have for creating all your favorite recipes.
White Vinegar vs White Wine Vinegar
White vinegar is created by fermenting grain alcohol (think Everclear) into acetic acid, resulting in a harsh sour vinegar, that is one-note in terms of taste and complexity. Sharp and highly acidic, it is then diluted with water until it reaches an acidity level (usually around 5-8%) that can be used for culinary purposes. This extremely tart flavor is perfect for things like canning or pickling but doesn’t do a lot for most dishes where you’re trying to develop more complexity.
White wine vinegar, on the other hand, is mild and fruity and a great addition to most recipes. Created by fermenting white wine, like white vinegar, this results in acetic acid but boasts a milder, more nuanced flavor profile echoing the character of the wine it was made from.