Maille, Vinaigrette Vinaigre Balsamique Pointe d’Orange (Balsamic dressing with orange) - 36cl
In 1747 Antoine-Claude Maille opened a boutique called La Maison Maille on the rue Saint-André des Arts in Paris and became official supplier to the court of Louis XV. His father, who shared his name and was also a vinegar maker, had become famous during the 1720s for recommending the condiment as a plague treatment.
In 1760, Mr Maille was named official supplier to the courts of Austria and Hungary. In 1769, King Louis XVI granted him the license as “ordinary distiller-vinegar-maker” and two years later he was granted charter as distiller-vinegar-maker to Empress Catherine II of Russia.
To serve on your favorite salad.
Perfect over fresh salad greens and your choice of other additions such as bacon bits, feta cheese, hard-boiled eggs, fresh grapes, or apple slices.
Vegetable oil, water, balsamic vinegar (15%) (wine vinegar, grape must, coloring: caramel E150d, conservative, E224, sulphites), white wine vinegar and red (with sulphites), extra virgin olive oil , sugar, salt, orange juice concentrate (1%), thickener: E407, E415, spices, flavors.
PALM OIL FREE