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Giusti is the oldest and most prestigious company of Balsamic Vinegar of Modena. Founded in 1605 and at the 17th generation, this family company was awarded with quality recognitions since 1800's, when 14 gold medals were granted in Exhibitions like...more
All reviews great tour our tour guide no pressure to buy free tour balsamic vinegar aceto balsamico different varieties tasting session italian guide production process english speaking tour tour takes about an hour great english take home free of charge for sale great tasting
When is the last time you drank or ate something that was in a cask fro 1605? Amazing to taste history at this acetaia. Our guide was delightful, and gave us a good sense for the different approaches to making the true Balsamic de Modena....More
For someone who loves food this stop is a must. When you are lucky you can participate to a complimentary tour and learn how Balsamic Vinegar is made. Best is later the tasting. We bought after that much more than originally planned but this is...More
Great tour which did not take long and we learned a lot about balsamic vinegar and how it is made. I learned that good balsamic needs to coat the glass bottle for it to be good. The stuff we have been buying does not and...More
Hundreds of years of history, preciously preserved in aged barrels, to tell the story of one family's dedication to their craft of making balsamico, now a regular feature on dining tables all over the world.
The 30-minute English tour was both fascinating and enlightening for...More
Love Basalmic? Learning the history, processes, methodology, commitment and unique character of each baalmic was not only fun and interesting but worth the time you take. Tradizionale basalmico is a carefully controlled and unique product that has a wonderful history. A must for Foodies.
Our tour guide was very good, and explained a lot about the balsamic vinegar process. You get to see the different stages, and smell the vinegar as it ages. It is really interesting and historic process.
You taste a range of ages, and can really...More
We traveled to the quaint little spot just outside of Modena. We were met outside by one of the ladies directing the place. She REALLY helped get things worked out between us and the confused cab driver. The tour was great. Not too long but...More
This was an amazing place, just so special
We showed up without booking one afternoon, thought we would have to come back another day - the guide was with us in 3 minutes and gave us a private tour around ..what a treat - Mariangela...More