Indeed a product of rare elegance and exceptional breeding it’s technically not a vinegar (because it doesn’t have enough acid to be designated as such). Thus the name Noble Sour. The genesis for this fruity elixir is the Pedro Ximenex (hence px) grape. A grape that’s also used to make vintage sherry of the same name (hence the year ’96). If all that explaining has gotten you thirsty, you’re in luck. Because while Noble Sour is amazing deglazing, perhaps the best way to enjoy it is plain, in an aperitif glass as a digestif after dining.