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Vinaigre Celtique ® (Celtic Seasoned Vinegar)

Ingredients: Apple juice, cider vinegar, brown sugar, soya*, spices.
Just a few drops add depth to fish, pasta, potatoes and cheese.
Original creation
€8.70 5 cl
€24.20 24 cl


Our Vinaigre Celtique (Celtic Seasoned Vinegar) should be used like an aged balsamic vinegar in vinaigrettes, and to season fish, pasta, potatoes, or cheeses. A drizzle will deepen the flavors and add a sweet-sour note to the cooking juices of roast duck and lamb.
  • Allergens Soya*
    May contain traces of sesame, celery, mustard.
  • Origin Original creation 1988
  • Storage / Use In a cool, dark, dry place, refrigerate after opening.
€174 / kg
€100.83 / kg

Olivier Rœllinger's words

Vinaigre Celtique (Celtic Seasoned Vinegar) can trace its origins back to the Druids and the time when apples first arrived in Brittany. It has the well-rounded sweet-tart flavors of slow-cooked apples with an underlying bitterness that enlivens savory dishes.

At home, I garnish green salads and endive salads with a few drops of Vinaigre Celtique (Celtic Seasoned Vinegar). I also enjoy it with fish and scallop ceviche. No matter how you use it, the elixir is the essence of what makes Brittany, this land between see and sky, so special.


Olivier Roellinger delved into the history of Druids in Brittany to develop Vinaigre Celtique (Celtic Seasoned Vinegar). It can be used like an aged balsamic vinegar as a finishing touch to pâtés, endive and arugula salads, and cheese plates.

Vinaigre Celtique (Celtic Seasoned Vinegar) was originally created as a way to enhance the flavors of the fish marinade used in the recipe for Saint Pierre Celtique.A teaspoon of Vinaigre Celtique (Celtic Seasoned Vinegar) is always a welcome addition to a classic vinaigrette.