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I just leave the cork pour spout in; I guess mine hasn't been wonky. Do you think that affects the vinegar? I imagine you can call Zingerman's and ask.

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3 hours ago, TdeV said:

Help! @btbyrd, @gfweb and @weinoo.  I bought two Zingerman's Vecchia Dispensa Balsamic Vinegars, aged 16 years and 8 years. We opened the 16 year old tonight. It's might tasty! However, the original cork had to be removed with pliers. As you can see, the accompanying cork pour spout is a wonky thing with feathers and a very poor fit. Moreover, the pour spout has no way to close it.

 

What should I do?

 

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You might take a piece of foam and bore a hole to fit the spout.

 

I'd probably use saran wrap or parafilm to wrap it though.

 

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