Well, I'm not at all sure there's a conventional vinegar scent to it, but one of Diptyque's first offerings is a fragrance called "Vinaigre de Toilette". Diptyque presents it as a different type of product from their line of twelve EDTs. (And unlike all of the latter, it is unreviewed here at Basenotes.)
Here's what Diptyque themselves say about it:
VINAIGRE DE TOILETTE Anno 1975
extracts of plants, woods and spices
It revives and refreshes the body, softens and braces the skin, as a hair-rinse it softens, brightens and lightly scents the hair, it can also freshen up the air in a house
Next time I'm in San Francisco I'll try to drop into the Diptyque shop and check it out...