Verjus (Verjuice) by Nathan Outlaw
Verjus (or Verjuice) - this finest quality Verjus is made from semi-ripe and unfermented wine grapes and is the product of a collaboration between Michelin-starred and AA Hospitality’s Chef of the Year, Nathan Outlaw and award-winning, organic, Loire Valley winery, Levin Wines.
Recipe ideas for using verjus can be found on Nathan Outlaw's Verjus Blog.
As this verjuice is made from wine grapes it has the same acid base as wine so when added to food it matches well with any wine you serve. Verjus is an ancient cooking ingredient that has seen a resurgence in popularity in recent years and is a staple in the kitchen of many chefs. Use as you would lemon juice or vinegar: to deglaze pans, vinaigrettes etc. to add a delicate flavour.
The name Verjus is derived from the French vert-jus meaning green juice. Verjuice is not simply the juice of unripe grapes: as it is made from the juice of semi-ripe, unfermented wine grapes, it has a distinct and delicate flavour that is unlike grape juice or vinegar and enhances the flavour of other ingredients.
This natural ingredient must be refrigerated after opening and used within 6 weeks of opening.
Domain Levin, Loire Valley
Product of France
Ingredients: Green Grape Juice
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