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EVOO 101

When it comes to Olive Oil, fresher is better. Olive Oil is similar to fruit juice—highly perishable and more healthy and flavorful when consumed fresh. Simply Divine Oil & Wine features the largest, freshest selection of single varietal extra virgin olive oils and aged balsamic vinegars on tap. Family owned & operated, we have had a presence in the olive oil oil industry for the past 90 years. We work in close partnership with farmers in both hemispheres to deliver…

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Bottle Washing Instructions

Reduce. Reuse. Recycle. Please bring your CLEAN bottles back for a refill. You will receive a recycling discount ONLY if we refill your same bottle.   Bottle Washing Instructions If you have any remaining EVOO or Balsamic in your bottle put it in a glass container and cover it up. Add a drop of Dawn Dish Soap in your bottle along with very hot water. Use a baby bottle brush to clean. For sterilization, then place bottle in the dishwasher.…

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History of Balsamic Vinegar

History of Traditional Balsamic Vinegar of Modena DOP (Protected Designation of Origin) Roots back to ancient Roman times.... Instead of using wine like other Italian vinegars, the product is obtained by using the cooked juice of the grape, known as the “must”. Different recipes originated throughout history, and gave birth to the only two existing, regulated products: Traditional Balsamic Vinegar of Modena DOP (Protected Designation of Origin) and Balsamic Vinegar of Modena IGP (Protected Geographic Indication) – these two items…

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Simply Divine Balsamic Vinegar Difference

The primary difference between DOP Balsamic (see history of balsamic page) and ours is that ours is inoculated with a very small amount of premium quality, barrel aged Italian wine vinegar. The barrel aged wine vinegar introduces the natural acetic bacteria and yeast and begins the process from cooked grape must to “condimento”. It is aged using the Solera method: placed in a succession of different types of very old, fired wood barrels, each of which previously contained residual amounts…

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