Modena, Italien

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Time2 Stunden (ca.)
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Übersicht

Die Weinverkostung in Italien ist fast ein Reiseritual, aber nur wenige Touren erkunden die ebenso reichen Traditionen der Essigherstellung. Bei dieser Tour besuchen Sie einen der ältesten traditionellen Balsamico-Essigproduzenten Modenas, besichtigen die Weinberge und sehen alle Produktionsschritte von der Kelterung der Trauben bis zur Fassreifung. Die Tour beinhaltet zahlreiche Essigproben, regionale Verkostungen und eine Flasche Wein aus eigener Produktion.
  • Besuchen Sie einen der ältesten Balsamico-Essigproduzenten Modenas.
  • Die Kleingruppenführung ermöglicht einen Einblick in alle Phasen der Essigherstellung.
  • Probieren Sie Essig im Alter von 3-100 Jahren, plus Essen und Wein.
  • Die Tour wird von einem Mitglied der Familie geleitet, die seit sieben Generationen die Essigherstellung leitet.

Bewertungen

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K
, Mär 2018

We really enjoyed this tour which ended up being a private one as no one else signed up that day. The tour was given by a member of the owning family who was gracious enough to pick us up and drop us off at the nearby bus station. We learned everything about the laborious process of making this wonderful product, got to sample different vintages, and they laid out a nice spread of local products including their own Lambrusco. Highly recommended.

P
, Mär 2018

This was an amazing experience. We learnt so much about Balsamic vinegar and the other specialities of the region. The history and focus on producing a quality product that spans generations was difficult to comprehend when compared to a world of instant production and gratification. Our host Macello was was wonderful.The sampling of the various aged balsamics was very special. I strongly recommmed this tour.

C
, Jan 2018

Oh my goodness. This tour was everything I wanted and more. FYI that it does not include transportation to the acetaia itself, so you'll need to figure out how to get from Modena/Bologna to the countryside. I rented a car and drove up from Florence...driving in Italy - another experience!! Before even heading up to the acetaia, though, I called the proprietor directly because I wasn't exactly sure which address to use and what time to arrive. They were so helpful and sweet, so calling them was no problem. Upon my arrival, I parked at the acetaia and was wonderfully surprised to learn that I was the only person on the tour that day talk about a joy!...A solo tour is not to be expected, but it was a random day in mid-January. So I spent 2 hours on a private tour of this lovely acetaia, learning about this amazing process, with the kindest of people. Marcello, the 6th-generation vinegar producer, first welcomed me, introduced me to his father and father-in-law who happened to be the only other people there, and then proceeded to give me an amazing tour of the acetaia and the processes of making both Traditional Balsamic Vinegar of Modena, D.O.P and I.G.P and explaining just exactly what those differences are. I saw the land, the press/cook/vat machines, and allll the amazing different types of barrels used in the aging process, including the oldest barrels, made in 1860!! I learned so much about this amazing vinegar-making process, and Marcello was an absolute charm the whole time. He also showed me pictures of all the generations who have had vinegar barrel batteries, including the very first father to buy his son a battery for this particular family. We ended the tour with a tasting of TBVoM IGP, a condimento, TBVoM DOP 12 and 25 years, and also a 100 years aged one. Just. Simply. Amazing. The family also makes wine, so Marcello blessed me with a glass of wine I had to say not too much!, as I was driving!, and a plate of delicious meats, cheese, and crackers. To sum it all up, I was on cloud nine the whole time, learned so much, tasted so much, and just couldn't have been happier. I left having bought my own personal black gold, an extra vecchio TBVoM, DOP, plus one of their 6-year-aged TBVoM, IGP. I cannot recommend this tour more! The family has been an acetaia since 1860, but they only started giving tours 2 years ago. They are a wonderful family, business, and tradition. Go, see for yourself, and just try not to imagine yourself moving to Modena after this and becoming Marcello's neighbor...I dare ya!

J
, Dez 2017

Fantastic tour of a great family-run production. We got to see the traditional methods of balsamic production and sample amazing vinegars up to 100 years old. Highly recommended!

A
, Nov 2017

Highly recommended balsamic vinegar experience. We learned all about the history of this multi-generational family owned company and the practices used to nurture the vinegar. Unlike making wine, the balsamic casks need air flow and light to bring out the best flavor. The openings in the tops of the casks are covered with linen, rather than corked, and exude a wonderful fragrance. We tasted the vinegar at several different ages, including one that was 100 years old. We were served some local cheese and cured ham, which is not like anything available in the United States. The owner and his father were attentive and answered all of our questions. I purchased some of their products and I'm enjoying them on a daily basis. Items can be purchased online, also.

D
, Nov 2017

Unlike my wife, I am not a Balsamic vinegar afficionado. However, this tour amazed me. I had no idea that this would be an experience that would allow me to understand why people crave, and rave about, real Balsamic. I even found out why it's called Balsamic.

The history and the tour were fantastic, in the real sense of the word. Imagine a family-run business/tradition that has been in continual operation since 1860 imagine barrels over 150 years old that are still producing DOP Balsamic.

Our guide, Marcello, who is the great-grandson of the founder, was fluent in English, charming, informed, gentlemanly and enthusiastic. His father's English was inexistant but that didn't prevent us from having a warm conversation and sharing jokes. The actual tasting of the various products, as well as cheese from the neighbouring formaggieria, and the family's own wine, was an eye-opener.

The setting is rustic, and a pleasing ride from downtown Modena. A two-hour tour that is truly excellent value for the money. Go for it if you possibly can!

B
, Nov 2017

What a great tour! Such a great experience touring the family Balsamico place that has been making balsamic for over a hundred years. A special experience.

M
, Nov 2017

What a pleasant and educational experience this tour was from the start to the conclusion. Our guide, Marcello, explained every step of production from growing and caring for the grapes to the final bottling. The family history is a story in itself as Marcello spoke of a very long trail of love for the process and purity of product. I would do this tour again just to taste the 100 year old Balsamic vinegar again. Just do it.

N
, Okt 2017

What an education steeped in history and heritage. Paulo and Marcielo were friendly and hospitable. A great experience!

T
, Sep 2017

This was one of the highlights of a two week trip to Italy!


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