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Apple Saba by Le Vecchia
  • Code: VISM133-Parent
    Code: VISM133-Parent

    Apple Saba

    Le Vecchia - 33.8 oz

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    Product Description

    From Italy

    Le Vecchia Apple Saba is a luxurious, sweet, thick, delectable syrup similar to a balsamic vinegar. Made from the must of apples, which has been gently, deliberately reduced to a caramelized sweet-tart syrup, Le Vecchia Apple Saba is frequently used as a sweetener and is a key ingredient in many Italian pastries. Le Vecchia Apple Saba shines when drizzled on grilled polenta, as a topping for ice cream or sorbet, with fresh Parmiggianio Reggiano cheese, or even when used to flavor smoothies and milkshakes.

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    Le Vecchia

    The history of Le Vecchia began four generations ago, during a time in Modena when it was a tradition for fathers to pass down treasured wooden casks of vinegar to their daughters. Since these Batteria (sets of Balsamic Vinegar barrels) were closely tied to the women of the time, these women could be considered the “mothers” of Balsamic vinegar. Mario and Clementina opened a small restaurant in Piazza della Dama in 1973, cooking with Balsamic from their family’s batteria. Their restaurant immediately became a local favorite, with patrons begging to take home some of the restaurant’s special Balsamic vinegar, leading to them selling small bottles of Balsamic Vinegar. To meet demand, they opened up a small shop called the Dispensa (pantry house) inside the family estate where they kept and sold Balsamic Vinegar. In the 80’s, Roberta and Marino leading the family business, Dispensa became a hotspot for lovers of the precious “black gold.” As of the 90’s, Le Vecchia began expanding, sharing their product all over the globe, becoming the first Acetaia that decided to sell publicly. The most recent key event for Le Vecchia was when the company decided to shift focus to the production of organic Balsamic Vinegar, hoping to help support healthier lifestyles for as many people as possible. Le Vecchia is always working to improve and innovate, with new products being developed every year.

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    Nutritional Facts

    Nutritional facts

    Serving size 1 Tbsp (15ml)

    Amount Per Serving

    Calories

    30


    % Daily Value*
    Total Fat 0g
    0%
    Sodium 0mg
    0%
    Total Carbohydrate 8.04g
    3%
    Dietary Fiber 0.04g
    0%
    Total Sugars 8.04g
    Protein 0.19g

    * Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet. Not a signifigant source of calories from fat, saturated fat, trans fat, vitamin A, vitamin C, calcium and iron.
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    Brand:Le Vecchia
    Code: VISM133
    Origin: Italy
    Packing Type: Bottle
    Each Weight: 4.67 pounds
    Pack Size: 1 Each

    Nutritional facts

    Serving size 1 Tbsp (15ml)

    Amount Per Serving

    Calories

    30


    % Daily Value*
    Total Fat 0g
    0%
    Sodium 0mg
    0%
    Total Carbohydrate 8.04g
    3%
    Dietary Fiber 0.04g
    0%
    Total Sugars 8.04g
    Protein 0.19g

    * Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet. Not a signifigant source of calories from fat, saturated fat, trans fat, vitamin A, vitamin C, calcium and iron.
    Producer Spotlight

    Le Vecchia

    The history of Le Vecchia began four generations ago, during a time in Modena when it was a tradition for fathers to pass down treasured wooden casks of vinegar to their daughters. Since these Batteria (sets of Balsamic Vinegar barrels) were closely tied to the women of the time, these women could be considered the “mothers” of Balsamic vinegar. Mario and Clementina opened a small restaurant in Piazza della Dama in 1973, cooking with Balsamic from their family’s batteria. Their restaurant immediately became a local favorite, with patrons begging to take home some of the restaurant’s special Balsamic vinegar, leading to them selling small bottles of Balsamic Vinegar. To meet demand, they opened up a small shop called the Dispensa (pantry house) inside the family estate where they kept and sold Balsamic Vinegar. In the 80’s, Roberta and Marino leading the family business, Dispensa became a hotspot for lovers of the precious “black gold.” As of the 90’s, Le Vecchia began expanding, sharing their product all over the globe, becoming the first Acetaia that decided to sell publicly. The most recent key event for Le Vecchia was when the company decided to shift focus to the production of organic Balsamic Vinegar, hoping to help support healthier lifestyles for as many people as possible. Le Vecchia is always working to improve and innovate, with new products being developed every year.

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