I got a head start! I made mine 13 days ago. It should be ready tomorrow! This is a savory/basil/garlic vinegar. I got the recipe from Herbal Treasures by Phyllis V. Shaudys. It is one (I have many) favorite herb books. It is a compilation of articles and recipes from herbie people all over the country. These vinegar recipes are from Alma Otto. The one in the picture is a 1/2 cup summer savory or tender sprigs of winter savory, a 1/4 cup basil leaves, 2 small cloves garlic and 1 quart of red-wine vinegar. I also made a couple of quarts of burnet/garlic/chives vinegar with equal parts (I used a cup of each) of salad burnet and chives and a couple cloves of garlic and a quart of white wine vinegar. Here is the leaves of the salad burnet. It is a very lovely plant. Salad burnet has a cucumber flavor to the leaves.
Here is the salad burnet in my herb garden. It is a very pretty plant. It is a short lived perennial in my garden. The main reason why I make certain herbal vinegars is that I have GERD (reflux disease). I can't easily eat cucumber or pepper. I can take the taste of the herbal vinegars I make and use them in stews and salad dressings. It is much easier for me to digest this way because I can limit the amount I ingest. Hopefully, it isn't too late for you to make your own herbal vinegar!