Gusto Intenso Set
- The great gift idea for men!
- A sweet and sour taste: woody, tannic and fruity
- The thickest balsamic vinegar in the range
The perfect gift aged in oak barrels!
In this rugged yet precious packaging, you'll find a treasure from Modena: Modena's Gusto Intenso balsamic vinegar.
Named Gusto Intenso for its exceptional bouquet and intense black color, this Modena balsamic vinegar stands out with its woody structure, powerful taste of candied red fruits, and incredible lingering finish.
Aged in oak barrels, this elixir will delight the palates of connoisseurs, enhancing both everyday dishes and the most refined recipes.
Gusto Intenso balsamic vinegar beautifully enhances the flavors of the following dishes: seasonal grilled vegetables, walnut and goat cheese salad on a parmesan sliver, balsamic risotto with scallops, pan-seared foie gras with honey and balsamic, balsamic-glazed salmon, gnocchi with pear, coppa & gorgonzola, fresh fruit carpaccio, and as a finishing touch on ice cream or chocolate mousse.
The rich and complex notes of Gusto Intenso balsamic vinegar add an element of elegance and depth to these gourmet dishes, creating an exceptional culinary experience.
Product Name: Modena Balsamic Vinegar: IGP Quality Sublime
Net Quantity: 250 ml
Ingredients: Grape must, wine vinegar.
May contain traces of naturally occurring sulfites from the wine.
Special Storage Conditions: Store in a cool, dry place.
Balsamic vinegar has largely found its place in our kitchens, but few people have had the opportunity to taste the incomparable quality of real IGP balsamic vinegar from Modena.
With this balsamic vinegar, the MARCHI family wishes to keep a family heritage alive despite the rise of the industrial giants in the region. The unique taste of this vinegar will not deceive you!
To obtain a high-quality Balsamic Vinegar of Modena, the cooked grape must, and the wine vinegar are naturally fermented in oak barrels in attics. Each year of its maturation, the Balsamic Vinegar of Modena is transferred into smaller and smaller barrels. Each of them is used for specific purposes: alcoholic and acetic fermentation, maturation, and aging.
It is through this slow process that the grapes reveal all their power and aromas, to create this sublime elixir!