While we dearly miss Camino, our favorite Oakland restaurant (where Kayoko used to bartend), we can at least keep memories of its festive feasts alive with their line of vinegars. This version, made with rose wine, is a lighter and brighter rendition to the original Camino Red Wine Vinegar. It's great for mignonette and vinaigrette in lieu of citrus; splash it on vegetables or seafood.
Chef-owner Russell Moore of beloved Oakland restaurant Camino has been making his own red wine vinegar from drinkable leftover wine for decades. He stores his brew in oak barrels, and you can taste this phenomenal and versatile vinegar in many of the dishes they serve at Camino. Or, you can buy a bottle and try it on your own recipes at home. We recommend that you do both!
Learn how to make the Camino Salad on our blog.
- Capacity: 12 oz / 375 ml
- Material: Glass bottle with metal and plastic stopper
- Made in California by Russell Moore of Camino