California Junmai Rice Wine Vinegar

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American Vinegar Works California Junmai Rice Wine Vinegar
3 reviews

California Junmai Rice Wine Vinegar

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Pure rice sake adds a much appreciated, mouthwatering kick to this small batch vinegar. We're putting it in homemade salad dressings, marinades and more.

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  • Gluten Free

Sure, you could use any old rice wine vinegar in your recipes. But before you settle, here's the story on this bottle. It's made from pure rice wine that's been aged in a 25 gallon American oak barrel. What does that do to the flavor? It gives it an elegant complexity and a sweet woody undertone. Once you use it in a marinade or salad dressing it's game over for those other wine vinegars, most of which are processed in flavorless steel barrels.

American Vinegar Works partners with local breweries and California wineries to lower their carbon footprint. They also use glass bottles that can be recycled over and over.

Glass bottles can be recycled in your cubside bin and the plastic lid can recycled through TerraCycle.
These are general guidelines for broadly-recyclable materials. Check with your local recycler to confirm what they take.

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ingredient integrity

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low carbon footprint

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recyclable packaging

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committed to social good

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How it does good

Sourcing locally, thinking globally

American Vinegar Works crafts small batch vinegar using ingredients from local Massachusetts breweries or California vineyards. By partnering with U.S.-based vendors, they're able to lower their carbon footprint without compromising on flavor. They also opt to package their vinegar in glass bottles rather than plastic ones, which means they can be recycled endlessly.