Saba is a sweet syrup of slow-cooked concentrated grape must. It's unfermented, but may spend some months maturing in a barrel. Vincotto is a similar to Saba from southeastern Italy. They both make great alternative to balsamic vinegar. is a velvety liquid that is made by cooking and reducing the grape must from two distinct grape varietals, malvasia and negroamaro, for a period of fifteen hours. It is then aged for four years in oak barrels, allowing the taste and consistency to develop.
Use Vincotto as a condiment, drizzling sparsely over game, roasted meats, salads, aged cheeses and certain desserts. This is a natural product without any alcohol, colorants or preservatives.
The Gocce Balsamic Cream embodies all the nuances of traditional cuisine, and fits perfectly with modern customs. GOCCE actually represents the new need to combine the evolution of taste with the timeless delight of classic flavours.
Ideal on fresh and seasoned cheese, mousse, yoghurt, vanilla ice-cream, fruit salad, fresh fruit.