"balsamic vinegar of modena pgi - 3 gold medals ""riccardo "" champagnotta in case of 25

Brand: Giusti

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"Balsamic Vinegar of Modena PGI - 3 Gold Medals ""Riccardo Giusti"" Champagnotta in 250ml case - DENSITY AND SWEETNESS - Dedicated to the ancestor who invented the recipe at the beginning of the twentieth century, it comes from musts of ripe grapes and dried fruit. Aromas of plum jam and red fruit intertwine with hints of honey and vanilla in this product of great density and sweetness, perfect for raw seasoning the most diverse types of preparations, from sweet to savory. - Ingredients: Cooked must of late grapes dried on racks, aged wine vinegar. - Aging: In barriques, with the addition of already aged balsamic vinegar taken from batteries of centuries-old barrels. - Pairings: fresh pasta, stuffed pasta, grilled meat, fruit salad and dessert. COLLECTION HISTORICAL - The most iconic and representative collection of Acetaia Giusti. It was born from the first historic Giusti label, designed in the early 1900s, reporting the recognition obtained up to that time with the style of the time. The bottle originally used was the most easily available in the Modena area, that of Lambrusco: the "Champagnotta". It is made up of five products with different recipes and aging processes, created over the years by the various generations of the family, today classified with a progressive number of medals, selected from those achieved in the Universal Expositions of the late nineteenth century. The "Champagnotta" has now also been joined by other formats: the Cubica and the Champagnottina, which reproduces the historic bottle in a smaller format."