Saba is syrupy Cooked Grape Must
Traditionally used to prepare balsamic vinegar, saba (or "sapa") is a delicious condiment in its own right.
With a sweet and tangy flavor, this Italian syrup can be added to desserts, or used as part of a salad dressing.
Sanniti Saba Cooked Grape Must is the precursor to traditional balsamic vinegar. The main difference between the two is that saba is not aged. It has a slight acidity with a very sweet flavor, and its texture is thick and syrupy. Pair it with olive oil and fresh herbs on a toasted baguette, use it to add sweetness to a marinade, or drizzle it over a bowl of vanilla ice cream.
This cooked grape must is produced and bottled by the Bellei company in Italy. They have been producing balsamic vinegar since the 1800s, and while they have grown much in the last few generations, they still maintain a family character and caring approach to making the best Italian balsamic they can.
Cooked grape must. Contains naturally occurring sulfites.