Italian Food: Balsamic vinegar of Modena

The Great Maestro of Balsamic Vinegar of Modena, here in Spilamberto, tells us the secrets that lie behind this amazing product! The secret of this product lies in the time it takes for it to ferment, to mature and to age. Then, the place and the proceeding are crucial. Discover something more about balsamic vinegar and come to Modena to get a taste of a rare 25-years-old vinegar!

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