Wine Gone Bad, Then Good Again

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March 2007

Eden makes four vinegars, each raw, unpasteurized, and naturally fermented. They are excellent examples of old style, slowly crafted traditional vinegars made from the finest ingredients:

  • Organic Apple Cider Vinegar — Made with a selected variety of family orchard grown Michigan apples and aged 2 to 3 months in cedar wood vats.
  • Organic Brown Rice Vinegar — Made by a 1,000 year old method of aging 6 to 8 months in partially buried clay crocks.
  • Red Wine Vinegar — Naturally fermented wine fermented again into a fine vinegar with rich color, fruity bouquet, and smooth flavor.
  • Ume Plum Vinegar — The ruby red, tangy, and very salty pickling brine from making umeboshi plums with sea salt and shiso leaf; delicious sprinkled on vegetables, use instead of salt.

It's the perfect time to stock your pantry with healthful vinegars.