Spanish Vinegar’s Sweet Spots

Originally attributed to an error in the winemaking process, wine vinegar was referred to by the Romans as “vinum acre”, or sour wine. For centuries these aromatic liquids have been lending their pungent and complex aromas to Spain’s gastronomy. They continue to do so today, particularly in those areas where their traditional elaboration is protected by a Designation of Origin status.  

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Priego de Córdoba PDO

Extra virgin olive oil obtained from the fruit of olive trees (Olea Europea, L) of varieties Picudo, Hojiblanco and Picual, by mechanical means that cause no alteration in the oil, retaining the...