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Who knew there was so much time that went into "real" balsalmico! And this family has been doing it for many, many generations. In fact, there is a new family member, just a few weeks new, and her "battaria" had been set up so she'll...More
We toured the Antica Acetaia yesterday and found it to be a great cultural lesson. We will never be able to buy our balsamic vinegar at a grocery store again. They give a great overview on how to make the product, what to look for...More
We had an amazing time on this tour, and in our opinion, it was definitely worth the money.
We were warmly greeted by our host, and offered a coffee and a few minutes to relax.
The tour itself was very informative and showed every detail...More
My wife and I took the italiandays.it, DOP food tour at the end of August, where we toured the San Lucio Parmigiano Reggiano production plant, the Salumi Leonardi Prosciutto Factory and Acetaia Cavedoni balsamic vinegar loft. While all were great fun, the highlight had to...More
Our family toured this Balsalmic Vinegar facility and would do it again in a heartbeat. We made the trek from Modena to the facility by taxi, which happened to get lost...but luckily I had the phone number for the facility, and we arrived within minutes....More
I arranged this trip because it was something that my wife wanted to do. What an awakening - I never knew how amazing vinegar could be. This side trip was my Northern Italy high point. I enthusiastically second all positive comments from previous reviews; but...More
We visited in July 2017. We took the train to Modena and got a taxi from the station. The visit and tasting was brilliant and Marcello's English was superb.
Marcello also kindly took us to the local parmigiano reggiano factory however production had finished but...More
You’ve heard of wine snobs? So after a visit here you’re on your way to becoming a balsamic vinegar snob! All the more evidence as to Italy’s great food and joyful sense of life. Our stop here was part of a great day long “food...More
What an amazing visit, wonderful product, excellent tour and tasting, what a fantastic experience. We learned so much about your wonderful balsamic vinegar and now happily have some 12 year old balsamic and other excellent products to take home to the UK. Lovely cheese, local...More