Barolo vinegar is obtained by allowing the famed wine to ferment in barriques, a process that leads to a high quality vinegar. The production method used to obtain this vinegar allows it to stand out from other types of vinegar in terms of quality, thanks in large part to the evident body and strong and intense fragrances.
The story of Longino & Cardenal started with the intuition of four young man, who shared a common passion for haute cuisine and food. The company’s activity dates back to when they first decided to import fresh caviar from Iran, to resell it to restaurants and specialized food shops.
And so a fictional name is invented: Longino, a Swiss nobleman and Cardenal, a Cuban fisherman. United by a shared passion for quality food, they decide to travel together in search of the finest specialties around the world.
Discovery is what makes the difference between connoisseurs. This is the very essence of Longino & Cardenal: the company’s ability to discover rare and precious foods and to place this rich discovery at the service of some of the most demanding professionals and gourmands in the world.
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Aceto di vino da Barolo
Ottenuto da vino Barolo
Affinato in botti rovere
Tappo sigillo cera lacca rossa
Etichetta dell artista doglianese Gianni Gallo
Colore: rosso granato con leggeri riflessi rubino
Profumo: intenso e persistente di sottobosco, che ricorda i fiori di rosa appassita
Sapore: agre, delicato