Acetaia Giuseppe Giusti - 4 Gold Medals - Balsamic Vinegar of Modena

Acetaia Giusti - Balsamic Vinegar Quarto Centenario IGP "4 Gold Medals"
Acetaia Giuseppe Giusti - 4 Gold Medals - Balsamic Vinegar of Modena
Acetaia Giuseppe Giusti - 4 Gold Medals - Balsamic Vinegar of Modena
Acetaia Giuseppe Giusti - 4 Gold Medals - Balsamic Vinegar of Modena
Acetaia Giuseppe Giusti - 4 Gold Medals - Balsamic Vinegar of Modena

Acetaia Giuseppe Giusti - 4 Gold Medals - Balsamic Vinegar of Modena

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Born for the celebration of the 400 years of the Giusti family production, the “Quarto Centenario” is a balsamic of extreme fullness, deeply aromatic, with scents of ripe fruits, accompanied by notes of tobacco, roasted coffee and hints of wood, thanks to its long ageing.

Ageing
In series of antique small casks, dating back to the 1700’s. Extracted in a limited quantity, once a year.

PRODUCER BACKGROUND
Balsamic vinegar is a condiment whose origins are lost in history, but not in the case of Acetaia Giuseppe Giusti, where it has been a way of life, handed down over four hundred years. Savour Balsamic Vinegar of Modena Quarto Centenario IGP, specially created to celebrate four centuries of vinegar-making, and immerse yourself in exceptional flavours of tobacco, roast coffee and wood. An unmistakable flavour that comes to your table to enrich pastas with meat sauces, mature cheeses, polenta and grilled meat. Giusti: a name, a four hundred-year guarantee.

In 1598 Cesare D'Este, forced by the Pope to leave Ferrara, transferred the capital of his Duchy to the then poor and rural Modena, which would remain the capital of the D'Este duchy until 1859. On their arrival, the Este family created official registers and statutes for all the guilds of crafts and trades, so that they could establish a bureaucratic system and raise taxes.
This is the first official documentation of the existence of the Giusti family business, which had already operated for centuries in the production and sale of typical Modena products: Lambrusco, "fine sausages" and in particular Balsamic Vinegar, which has been the family's pride and joy ever since.
And that's the beginning of the oldest, most prestigious and award-winning producer of Aceto Balsamico in Modena, Italy and the world.
The Giusti family has led the way in the production of exceptional quality Balsamic Vinegar, gaining all kinds of awards and honours over the centuries: authors of the first documented recipe for Balsamic Vinegar (1863), winners of 14 gold medals during its glorious adventures in Belle-Époque Europe, and holders of the privilege of displaying the royal coat of arms, granted in 1929.
The story of Balsamic Vinegar is the story of the Giusti family.
The best Giusti balsamic vinegar is extracted after years of ageing and blending with vinegars kept for centuries in the oldest barrels. Conscious of the importance of this heritage, the Giusti have for centuries maintained with care and passion the historic acetaia or vinegar cellar, instrumental in obtaining the famous "Giusti bouquet of aromas".
Proud of its history, Giusti produces a high-quality Balsamic Vinegar true to Giuseppe Giusti's "golden rules", which continues to satisfy connoisseurs and gourmets in the sector in its area of origin. Giusti produces and exports its famous and acclaimed balsamic vinegar in many countries around the world, with a mission to contribute – through this exquisite speciality made with care and passion – to the pleasures of good living and good food, so deeply rooted in Modena tradition.
Today Giusti continues to receive numerous awards for the superior properties of its Balsamic Vinegars, proof of a quest for quality that has not changed over the centuries. The story of Balsamic Vinegar is the story of the Giusti family.
The best Giusti balsamic vinegar is extracted after years of ageing and blending with vinegars kept for centuries in the oldest barrels. Conscious of the importance of this heritage, the Giusti have for centuries maintained with care and passion the historic acetaia or vinegar cellar, instrumental in obtaining the famous "Giusti bouquet of aromas".

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