Summer is the moment for this new collection of fruit-infused vinegars with a white wine vinegar base. They’re from a company selling products from Greece and elsewhere, and they provide versatility well beyond the salad bowl. Their uses include sharpening a mix of fresh berries or a cocktail, adding a new dimension to iced tea or a pan sauce for scallops or duck, and, with the tangerine flavor, bringing citric tang to ceviche. As for that summer salad, the tangerine or strawberry will contribute a touch of sweetness without the murk of balsamic.
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