Wine Vinegar, Orleans Method

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Though scientific advances have made large-scale production of vinegars fast and easy, it is the handcrafted Orleans method that allows for the most full-bodied and nutrient-rich wine vinegars. Unlike most modern vinegar making, which is based on rapid, forced fermentation, and flushing the wine with oxygen, the Orleans technique requires the vinegar to age for ten months in small French Oak barrels. As a consequence of this extensive process, very little commercial production of the vinegar exists in the US. The taste of this vinegar is described as bright, smooth and fruity.

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Dragonfly Farms

  Mount Airy, MD

Dragonfly Farms produces Maryland wine, gourmet vinegar, cut flowers, herbs, fresh and local fruit and vegetables for restaurants and CSA's in Washington DC, Maryland, and Virginia. (more...)


Chestnut Tree Corner Farm

  Dighton, MA

Chestnut Tree Corner Farm, located in Dighton MA. at the intersection of Pine and Brook Streets "Chestnut Tree Corner" was an old crop farm that has been used only for hay since 1990. Since having not used pesticides for 17 years the property qualifies for organic. The"new" farm begins in 2005 as a chicken and duck farm raised for eggs. (more...)


Buena Vista Specialty Plants & Foods

  Rockbridge, OH

Providing exotic woodland plants and mushrooms to our friends and family for over 20 years. (more...)