The process of making vinegar is a remarkably simple one and can be done with a huge number of fruits, sugars and syrups. To create vinegar, first the liquid must be fermented into a wine, and then fermented again with the help of bacteria until the alcohol breaks down and creates vinegar. That sharp, almost spicy flavor is universal in the vinegar world, but the other notes of flavor, the fruitiness, the salt, and the sweet and smoky flavors are all variables. They come from the base, not the process and are a wonderful opportunity for creativity. Leeners, a company dedicated to bringing you new experiences and a new level of control in the kitchen, has created this kit for making White Wine Vinegar. The package is all inclusive except of course for the white wine. Conserve the left-overs from half emptied bottles or use bottles of your favorite vintage for a more personal experience. Either way, your salad dressings and French fries will never be the same again.