This December, MasterChef 4 Italy will return with new and exciting challenges for aspiring chefs…and Due Vittorie will accompany them all the way to the famous cooking finale.
Who will be the winner and capture the palates of the ruthless jury Cracco-Bastianich-Barbieri?
Which chefs will prove to be the greatest in a race to the last plate, to the point of decreeing the best. Challenge after challenge, the unmistakable Due Vittorie bottle has become a carrier, always present in the kitchen counter for delicious dishes or for simple and tasty solutions!
Let’s remember the characteristics of the companys’ products
The slow maturation is a fundamental requirement for obtaining an excellent Balsamic Vinegar. The Due Vittorie Oro spends a large part of its life in oak vats, which favor the sale of tannins and the assumption of wood essences. Before bottling, Balsamic Vinegar is subjected to rigorous laboratory tests, which ensure compliance with current regulations and high quality. The sugary fullness of the Due Vittorie Oro is harmoniously associated with the degree of acidity, while the density and fragrance contribute to the completion of the sensory approach, which is extremely satisfying.
Its density value is 1.33.
Aroma: Persistent, intense and delicate aroma, pleasant acetic with light woody notes.
Taste: sweet and sour taste, balanced, long and pleasant.
Pairings: The sweet black cherry aftertaste makes it perfect for any combination, from appetizers to cheeses to desserts.