Vino Cotto di Montillo is a naturally-sweet, healthy condiment and ingredient used in sweet or savory foods. Its smooth, delicious flavor hints of figs, plums, and raisins. Only premium wine grapes are used to make this vegan, gluten-free gourmet syrup! No additives. Due to the amount of wine grapes used to make just one bottle, the flavor is rich, so a little goes a long way. Finally, a sweetener that tastes great, is versatile, and also provides a natural source of energy and antioxidants that benefit your immune system.
Quickly turn your meals into culinary masterpieces with Vino Cotto gourmet syrup. It's so good over baked ham, pork, beef, chicken, turkey, and wild game--even on salmon and shrimp. Bump up the flavor of your vegetables like string beans and Brussels sprouts. Don't stop there...Top your favorite yogurt, ice cream, cheeses, and fruit like strawberries. Enhance baked desserts. Create tasty sauces, marinades, balsamic vinegar, and balsamic dressings, too!
For beer lovers, check this out! With just a drizzle of Vino Cotto, transform a glass of beer like Miller Lite into a refreshing lager-style beverage. With its flavors of plums and raisins and a balance between malt sweetness and hop bitterness, this amber beer is smooth as it passes over your tongue and gets better after each sip.
This authentic syrup is produced by Montillo Italian Foods following the Montillo family's 4th generation recipe from Montepaone in Calabria, Italy. Experience this unique flavor from the past for yourself. Open a bottle and savor the flavor! You'll be glad you did. Buon appetito!
Before ordering 6+ bottles and/or you're local and want to schedule a pick up, please contact us before placing your order.
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1 bottle: $8.98
2 bottles: $11.49
3 bottles: $15.79
4 bottles: 18.89
Lighter Version - Save 50% off retail for our lighter version of authentic vino cotto. Reduce it to be as thick as you want! To order at $9.95/bottle plus shipping, contact us.
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I wish I had discovered vino cotto sooner. The balsamic vinegar I just tasted is far superior to any I've ever purchased at the local grocery. I added some olive oil to make a dressing and drizzled it over tomatoes from my garden. Perfection...…..
I did a side-by-side tasting, making one dressing as you suggested with equal parts vino cotto and red wine vinegar, and the other with a higher proportion of vinegar. I liked them both and will have to enjoy the dressing(s) on a few more salads before choosing a favorite.
Thank you for taking the time to review our vino cotto. We're so glad you gave it a try and appreciate your business!
Until a few weeks ago I had never heard of Vino Cotto. I am now so glad that I have and that I have found a place to buy it!
While researching Easter lamb recipes, I came across one that used Vino Cotto in the braising liquid/sauce. It looked delicious so I searched for Vino Cotto. I read about it, researched it and then found a place to buy it. I bought 2 bottles and gave it a little taste as soon as they arrived. Perfection! Sweet but soft. Lots of flavor that doesn't take over the dish. I can see this sauce/syrup/cooked wine going with so many dishes. Drizzled over blue cheese on a cheese plate, mixed into a salad dressing, as I used it - part of a braising liquid. Just delicious!
I will be buying more. (soon!)
We're so glad you found us and are enjoying our vino cotto. Thank you!
I use vino cotto over pork loin; ham; and chicken as a glaze. I make my own balsamic vinegar by mixing vino cotto with wine vinegar and pouring over salad. I also pour it over ice cream. So good!! Would highly recommend!
Thank you for the very nice review, Bernice!
I made the chicken with caramelized bacon found in the recipes and it was delicious! I also use it as a drizzle on salmon and vegetables. I can’t wait to try some of the desserts.
Thank you, Katie! I recommend trying the Cannoli Martini dessert...one of my favorites. It also makes a nice presentation.
I use it as a marinade on pork and chicken. Also as a dressing for salads when mixed with olive oil and red wine vinegar.
Thanks a lot, Aimee!
I have been using vinocotto as a marinade for my chicken and it is amazing! Would recommend to anyone
Thank you so much!