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Where can I buy Forum wine vinegar in London?

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kookiegoddess Oct 15, 2009 12:09 PM

Forum red wine vinegar used to be the standard in the restaurants I worked in, and I still sometimes see it used on food programmes. But I can't seem to buy it anywhere! A deli on Battersea Rise used to have it, and now most food shops seem awash with balsamic vinegars, I don't know where to get a fine red wine vinegar.

Any quality alternatives would be good.

  1. zuriga1 Oct 15, 2009 02:33 PM

    Panzer's at St. John's Wood has some interesting vinegars, but I really can't remember if they stocked Forum. They have a nice selection of products from around the world.

    1. greedygirl Oct 16, 2009 03:33 AM

      Brindisa at Borough Market definitely stocks it. I agree that it's the best wine vinegar on the market.

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        kookiegoddess Oct 16, 2009 04:42 AM

        Yay! I'm actually hoping to go to Borough market this aft. Am going with daughter in buggy, hope it's not too hectic. Thanks.

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          skut Oct 16, 2009 04:47 AM

          Second Brindisa. The only place I can remember seeing it.

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        John Noulton Dec 10, 2009 11:43 AM

        I totally agree that Forum is the best red wine vinegar I have tried. They used to sell it in our local Sainsbury's but no longer. I have bought it online from Eurogrocer/Amazon at 20 dollars for 500mls. I will certainly get to Borough Market to investigate Brindisa.

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