Balsamic vinegar is a very popular seasoning on Italian tables, due to its versatility and nutritional properties.
Traditional balsamic vinegar is produced in Emilia with cooked grape must coming exclusively from the province of Modena and Reggio Emilia.
Since 2001 the traditional balsamic vinegar has been awarded the Protected Designation of Origin. It is made with the cooked must of grapes fermented, acetified and then aged for at least 12 years in wooden barrel. High quality vinegar can be aged up to 25 years. But ther is also also the IGP balsamic vinegar of Modena, aged for a minimum period of two months, not necessarily in wooden barrels.
Discover how to use balsamic vinegar in many original recipes, fin out the exceptional properties of this sophisiticated ingredient, and follow us in our journey to Modena, the land of original balsamic vinegar.
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A simple yet sophisticated dish, perfect for magical Thanksgiving dinner!