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Venturi Schulze Balsamico

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Dale Jul 18, 2002 11:33 AM

Have read about a balsamic vinegar made in Vancouver by Venturi Schulze. Any idea where it can be purchased? Thanks.

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    Carl Z RE: Dale Jul 18, 2002 01:21 PM

    See the link below-very expensive stuff!
    Personally I can't see paying that kind of money for vinegar.
    They also produce some very interesting wines-I used to be a big fan before they put the prices thru the roof.

    Link: http://www.venturischulze.com/

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      Maddy RE: Carl Z Nov 10, 2002 05:58 PM

      Hi,

      I've bought their vinegar in the past and I have to say that even though it requires a bit of money to buy it, it's worth every cent! It really is a wonderful product that makes all the difference in the world to food. I was lucky enough to tour the facility and I was told that after 12 years of ageing 1000 gallons of vinegar there remains only 25 to 30 gallons. This would partly explain the price. But do take a look at their website and let me know if you decide to try it and what you think of it. I'm curious. Happy cooking.

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        viola da gamba RE: Maddy Mar 18, 2003 06:22 PM

        The Venturi Shulze vineyard is on Vancouver Island, near Cowichan. There are a bunch of vineyards in this area - not great wines yet, generally - but pleasant drinking & some very pretty vineyards. The cider from Merridale (? forgotten the name) is AMAZING.

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      pot au creme RE: Dale Mar 22, 2010 08:35 AM

      You can only buy it online as far as I know. And the balsamic is very worth it, you don't have to use a lot because it's so punchy. Best balsamic I've ever tasted, $50 is a steal. and yes, it takes decades to produce an authentic balsamic vinegar, BC only produces one that is made in the traditional style of Modena, Italy... it's venturi-schulze's

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