The Johnson family has been making small batch vinegars since 2008 in our strawbale vinegary in the Sandhills of Nebraska.
Vinegar-making is equal parts art & science. We use traditional old world methods, letting our cultures slowly do the work of transforming wine into vinegar. As such, our vinegars take anywhere from 2 to 8 years (in the case of our Emilia balsamic) to be 'finished', unlike conventional vinegars which can be made in a matter of days or even hours. Our slower process allows our vinegars to retain and concentrate all the flavors of the original fruit, whether apple or raspberry or grape.
This ethos of care and tradition carries through to all aspects of our business. Our packaging, for instance, is all designed in house by Emily - she even letterpress prints some of the labels with her centuries-old press.
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