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Acetaia Giuseppe Giusti

Strada Quattro Ville 155, 41123, Modena, Italy
+39 059 840135
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Not to be missed visiting the farmhouse that houses one of Italy's "national treasure"

I booked the free guided tour online through their website. They were very responsive and my... read more

Reviewed yesterday
Tandem_travellers
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Fantastic visit. A must whilst in Modena

I knew very little of balsamic vinegar before our visit to Giusti. The tour felt very personal. It... read more

Reviewed 1 week ago
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Giusti is the oldest and most prestigious company of Balsamic Vinegar of Modena. Founded in 1605 and at the 17th generation, this family company was awarded with quality recognitions since 1800's, when 14 gold medals were granted in Exhibitions like Florence 1861, Paris 1889 and 1900. Also, Giusti was bestowed with the Patent of the King of Italy as sole balsamic vinegar supplier.
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Strada Quattro Ville 155, 41123, Modena, Italy
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Reviewed yesterday

I booked the free guided tour online through their website. They were very responsive and my request was confirmed overnight. This factory seems to be located in the middle of nowhere if you don't have a car. Actually, it's only a 10 minute walk along...More

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Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

I knew very little of balsamic vinegar before our visit to Giusti. The tour felt very personal. It was given in English and Spanish to cater to our multilingual family. Every step of of the production process was thoroughly explained to us. The best part...More

Thank EnriqueMMM
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Reviewed 4 weeks ago via mobile

See inside of the oldest balsamico factory still existing in the world. The tour was held by the best English speaking Italian I've ever met and at the end we had a great tasting experience of different types of balsamico. Highly recommended!

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Reviewed 23 May 2018

We had a free English language personal tour of the Giusti basalmic vinegar factory. It is situated in the countryside outside Modena and if you don't have a car a taxi is the only practical option to get there. it cost us 15 Euros to...More

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Reviewed 14 May 2018

Our hotel recommended this tour and we really enjoyed learning about how balsamic vinegar is made. The tasting was a real education and we ended up buying some vinegar to bring back to Australia. The tour lasts about an hour.

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Reviewed 9 May 2018 via mobile

We had a great time touring the facility and learning about the various types and processes of making balsamic vinegar. We had a chance to taste many different types and they were wonderful. The taste of these vinegars are so different from back home in...More

Thank CalgaryHappycamper
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Reviewed 22 April 2018 via mobile

The Giusti museum and factory is a small special place in Modena. The staff are the best I've met. They do the best to give you the most welcoming feeling. You must go there and participate the tour. You must also buy some balsamico because...More

Thank Alon Z
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Reviewed 22 April 2018 via mobile

Definitely a worthwhile stop to learn all about how balsamic vinegar is made. Surprisingly small batches result in a tasty thick syrup with multiple flavors ranging from fruit to coffee. It was fun to learn about the different types and understand the different designations... DOP...More

Thank DianeAngelaDrey
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Reviewed 8 April 2018

We arrived too late to join a proper tour but even so one of the staff gave us a quick tour and tasting of their fabulous vinegars. It was very interesting, informative and enjoyable and we left with a greater understanding of these vinegars and...More

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Reviewed 5 April 2018 via mobile

We visited with our 2 children (aged 7 and 10), the tour was very informative and the staff were very welcoming. We had to wait a while for the tour (probably best if you check the tour times in advance which we did not do)...More

Thank Jane W
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Hello! Yes, there are lots of acetaias that ships the balsamic to everywhere around the world. Everything is arranged there!
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