Secolari Vinegar

All of Secolari branded vinegar originates from a small organic family farm in California and are made in limited batches.
Each vinegar starts with hand-selected, hand-picked fruits, herbs, or peppers. The fruits, herbs or peppers are placed in small vats along with an organic Kosher base vinegar.
The “Mother” is then added to promote fermentation. The “Mother” is developed from the original batches. The infusion is then taken through a “mild” fermentation process that takes several months to complete.
Two more secret steps are taken to ensure the flavors are locked in before our products are available for purchase and consumption.

Creative Cooking with Quality Vinegar Will Spice Up Your Life

It may come as a surprise, but every vinegar has a unique flavor profile to work with. Once you try one of our products you will no longer believe the age-old misconceptions. Vinegar can be both versatile and an added flavor booster to any meal. It’s not only delicious and fun to work with due to its adaptability in the cooking world, but it’s also healthy! Vinegar is also a great salt replacement because its acid content adds bright flavors to foods.

The average American eats 50 percent more of the recommended sodium daily intake. This can turn into a serious health problem. Too much sodium in the diet increases the risk of high blood pressure, a leading cause of heart disease. Is there any harm in trying vinegar if it could improve your health over time? Cooking with vinegar gives you the ability to unleash your creative potential to spice up your life and your dishes. Here are a few of our creative cooking suggestions:

White Wine Sauce

Our champagne mimosa vinegar creates a perfect blend of light and delicate flavor profiles to create a white wine sauce that would be absolutely divine with a seafood dish you’ve already mastered.

Glazing Vegetables

The best-aged sherry vinegar makes glazing vegetables an easy and delicious task. It also takes away the sticky-sweet flavor you may find with traditionally glazed vegetables that use molasses.

Cheese Plate Pairings

Who doesn’t love a cheese plate? Our blackberry vinegar with roasted pepper has a lovely smoky, sultry and seductive flavor that pairs nicely with many items. Our favorite pairings are pear slices, feta, almonds, figs, and mascarpone cheese.


Is vinegar an acid?

Vinegar is mildly acidic with a pH of 2–3. Apple cider vinegar is slightly more alkaline than pure vinegar because it contains more alkaline nutrients. However, it's still acidic.

How is Vinegar Made?

Through a two-part fermentation process, yeast and bacteria are used to turn the sugar into ethanol (ethyl alcohol), which is then processed into acetic acid. It is the acetic acid content in vinegar that makes it acidic.

Is Apple Cider Vinegar Good for You?

Once consumed however, the vinegar actually has an alkaline affect on your body.

Is Vinegar Good for You?

Some say keeping the body at at slight alkalinity helps our immune system. Other studies suggest vinegar may benefit your heart, blood sugar levels, and weight as well as potentially help protect against cancer.

Does Vinegar Go Bad?

No, vinegar has an indefinite shelf life and can safely be used for cooking and cleaning, long after its expiration date. ... Its acid nature makes vinegar self-preserving. Vinegars last a very long time.

Is White Wine Vinegar the Same as White Cooking Wine?

White vinegar has more acidity than white or red cooking wine. Wine vinegar and wine are different although are produced from the same thing. ... Wine vinegarhas no alcoholic content in it and so there is no need to 'burn off the alcohol' which you would do when cooking with wine. Wine has a much subtler flavour and so would use it in things like gravies, sauces, etc. Wine vinegar and wine are very different although are produced from the same thing. ... Wine vinegar has no alcoholic content in it and so there is no need to 'burn off the alcohol' which you would do when cooking with wine. Wine has a much subtler flavor and so would use it in things like gravies, sauces, etc.

Can You Cook With Distilled White Vinegar?

Created from pure ethanol, so it has a harsh flavor. It can be found in recipes, like ketchup, salad dressings, and pickles, however not recommended for homemade vinaigrette's. It can also be used as a natural cleaning agent when diluted with water.

Can You Drink Vinegar?

Vinegar mixed with water, juice, or another liquid is safe to drink, and it's fine to use it on food. However, with a pH between 2.4 and 3.3, vinegar is acidic enough to erode tooth enamel, inflame the esophagus and stomach, and trigger nausea and acid reflux.

Can You Drink White Vinegar?

White vinegar typically consists of 4–7% acetic acid and 93–96% water. It can be used for cooking, baking, cleaning and weed control and may aid weight loss and lower blood sugar and cholesterol. Consumption is safe in moderation but could be dangerous in excess amounts or alongside certain medications.

How Much Apple Cider Vinegar Should I Drink a Day?

Health line advise one to two tablespoons (15-30 ml) be taken each day, mixed with water.