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Marilyn Venturi – Venturi-Schulze Wines & Balsamico di Cowichan Valley

Venturi Schulze Balsamic Vinegar
Marilyn Venturi, of Venturi Schulze Vineyards in The Wine Islands, relating the story of the development of the vineyard, and their line of “Balsamico di Cowichan Valley” which they produce in both open and closed cask versions. Both their exceptional wines and their balsamic vinegars are the very definition of organic, and “artisanally produced”. The very precious open cask version of their balsamic produces only 12 litres per year, the closed cask version, which is also quite spectacular, is produced in somewhat larger numbers and sold in hand-painted bottles.

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