Martin Pouret Orleans champagne vinegar


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The Orleans process, as it has been called for a long time in France and other parts of the world, is just the old way of letting the wine ferment slowly in vinegar inside partially filled barrels. Slow and outdated methods do not fit easily into the modern economy, but Jean Francois Martin, of the sixth generation, is convinced that the company has survived solely on the merits of the product. Today, Martin Pouret has created another exceptional vinegar from the Champagne Ardenne region in northeastern France. The unique microclimate combined with the calcareous calcareous soil gives Champagne wines its unique characteristics. Champagne vinegar is made from champagne sediment according to the Orleans process and Martin Pouret has retained all the flavor of the wine from which it is made. With a crunchy, acid, light flavor and a shade of oak barrels in which it is made and aged, this delicate vinegar improves salads, marinades and sauces. Product of France. net weight: 250 ml each / pack of 1

The unique microclimate combined with the calcareous calcareous soil gives Champagne wines its unique characteristics
Champagne vinegar is made of champagne sediment
delicate vinegar improves salads, marinades and sauces
net weight: 250 ml each / pack of 1



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