Introducing NEW Red and White Wine Vinegars from Pojer e Sandri—one of the most renowned wineries of the Trento region in Northern Italy (you might have tried their fruit vinegars).
Great wine makes great vinegar
Made by the dynamic team of Mario Pojer and Fiorentino Sandri, these Italian wine vinegars highlight local Dolomiti grape varietals.
The duo takes just as much care making their vinegar as they do their wine—from the slow-percolating process to aging in oak barrels—resulting in smooth, nuanced vinegars with a balanced acidity.
Salads and beyond
These all-purpose vinegars are stunning simply tossed with mixed greens and a good drizzle of extra virgin olive oil. They also add a bright pop of flavor to pan sauces, marinades and more. Keep reading for our favorite ways to use Pojer e Sandri wine vinegars.
Pojer e Sandri's Red Wine Vinegar—made with local Negrara Trentina, Groppello, Lagrein, Merlot, Cabernet Sauvignon and Pinot Noir grapes—is robust and tangy with notes of late-harvest raisins, dried apples and a subtle woodsy finish.
How to use: Red wine vinegar is the workhorse of our pantry—whisk in salad dressings, add a splash to braised greens or use in vibrant, herb-based sauces like our recipe for Carrot Top Chimichurri.
Their white wine vinegar—crafted from a blend of Dolomiti varietals such as Sauvignon Blanc, Riesling, Müller Thurgau, Traminer and Kerner—is more delicate with aromatic floral notes of elderflower blossoms, acacia and citrus zest.
How to use: The soft floral notes in this vinegar pair beautifully with fish and seafood—drizzle over grilled shrimp, add to a pan sauce for pan-seared fish or use in a mignonette sauce for oysters.