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Wild pomegranates are naturally fermented to produce an enzyme-rich ruby-red vinegar that is sweet and tart in equal measures. Its fruity sweetness and crisp acidity will lift salad dressings, marinades, sauces and grilled vegetables or it can be served as a refreshing tonic.

Pomegranate vinegar is popular in Mediterranean countries where it is used in salad dressings, marinades, dips and cold tonics.

 

The  family began serving and trading food from around Italy in their small gastronomia in Salerno's Mercato San Severino in 1903.

 

500ml bottle

Fontana Formiello Organic Pomegranate Vinegar

£5.50Price
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