Balsamic Vinegar Tasting Collection 6 Tubes in Gift Box

Unique collection of 6 very special Balsamic Vinegars in a beautiful wooden gift box.
Discover your favorite Balsamic Vinegar and learn to distinguish the differences.
Enjoy while you become an expert.
Order this Balsamic Vinegar Tasting Collection and a whole new world will open for you!

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Mussini, 3 Y

Mussini, 3 Y

Modena

The Mussini family has been making Balsamicico since 1909. They were the first to set up an vinegar factory in Magreta, near Modena. They still work very traditionally and have their Balsamic matured on 7 different types of woods such as oak, walnut, cherry and juniper wood. The grape varieties used are Trebbiano and Lambrusco. The youngest Mussini is 3 years old and is still fresh in its acids compared to the older Balsamicis. Very suitable for salads.

Il Tinello - Orange, 4 Y

Il Tinello - Orange, 4 Y

Modena

Il Tinello is a series of Il Borgo del Balsamico from Reggio Emilia, near Parma. The house has been making Balsamico in a traditional way for over 40 years. The Il Tinello Balsamico is a series of 3. The label shows a girl who demonstrates what the Balsamico is intended for. On the orange label she has fish in her hands, so this Balsamico is ideal for marinating fish in. A few drops of a grilled fish is also an excellent option.

Piazza Grande, 7 Y

Piazza Grande, 7 Y

Modena

The Piazza Grande brand has been on the market since February 2000 and was conceived by Matteo Trenti. The Balsamico is made by the Mussini family and stands out for its modern packaging. Piazza Grande has become a great success and very popular all over the world. It is a modern version of the traditional Balsamic vinager. This 7 years on small barrels matured Piazza Grande is fresh acidic and full of taste, ideal in, for example, a stew.

Il Borgo - Yellow, 1 Y

Il Borgo - Yellow, 1 Y

Modena

The youngest Balsamico is made by Il Borgo del Balsamico. The Crotti family has a clear philosophy; their Balsamicos all have a certain goal. These 1 year in oak barrels matured for example, is intended to marinate a steak or fish. Because of the short maturation, this Balsamico has a sharp acidic edge. Because of this, it can have a lot of influence in a dressing or marinade. Also very suitable as a basis for a vinaigrette.

Piazza Grande, No. 4 Bianco, 4 Y

Piazza Grande, No. 4 Bianco, 4 Y

Modena

A white Balsamic of Piazza Grande, made by the Mussini family. Officially this may not be called Balsamico, but it is made in the traditional way. More than 4 years of maturation on oak wood and made from white Trebbiano grapes. Milder and softer, but much more profundity than white wine vinegar. Ideal for sauces and dressings or, as a vinaigrette, mixed with good olive oil. Of course you can also use this white Balsamico if you want less color on your plate.

Mussini, 9 Y

Mussini, 9 Y

Modena

An older Balsamico of the Mussini family, made from the Trebbiano grape. The Balsamico begins its maturation in a large barrel and will change to a smaller barrel every year. This gives it its remarkable intense taste and the balsamic will become sweeter and sweeter. A good Balsamicico can be matured for up to 100 years on the smallest barrel used, 15 litres. This 9 year old fits very well with grilled vegetables, such as eggplant and bell peppers.