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Banyuls Vinegar

Why We Love: Sweet Banyuls Vinegar

The breathtaking town of Banyuls-sur-Mer sits on the coast of the Mediterranean, on the scenic slopes of the Catalan Pyrenees, near the French Spanish border. On ancient vines grow plump, juicy grapes, from which Banyuls, the famous fortified vins doux (sweet wine) gets lovingly made. The storied vines also yield one of the world’s finest […]

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Belberry Raspberry Jam

Why We Love: Belberry Jam, Sauce & Vinegar

For a seriously great gift, you’ll need to hit all the great gift notes. It’s got to be beautiful and beautifully packaged, super high quality, enormously tasty, and something worth talking about. Belberry has you covered. Belberry is a small Belgian outfit, born in the late 19th century in the tiny, idyllic West Flemish town […]

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Balsamic Vinegar

Basking in Balsamic Vinegar

To be intrigued with balsamic vinegar as am I is to understand some of the history of not just Italy, but of Europe, because balsamic vinegar was the stuff of royalty. King Henry II of Franconia passed through Piacenza once, in around 1046, and was given a barrel of balsamic vinegar. We know this from […]

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