Piccole Donne Collection
The Family Reserve is a special line of fine balsamic vinegars and condiments dedicated to the Giusti family ancestors. It includes the “Piccole Donne” series of balsamic vinegars made in the local custom of bottling small quantities of a family production of balsamic vinegar. Each bottle is hand finished, sealed with raw rope and red wax, as is the tradition.
The balsamic vinegar is sweet, delicate, and considerably dense. Created from the Giusti Balsamic 3 Gold Medals balsamic vinegar, with the must of cooked, sundried grapes and aged wine vinegar. It is aged in single wine barrels of oak, cherry, chestnut, mulberry, and ash and feature notes of red fruits, honey, and vanilla.
Versatile Food Pairings
The Piccole Donne balsamic vinegar is a perfect compliment to many different meals. Pair it with sauces, wild meats, fish, eggs and smoked sliced meat. The possibilities are endless!
Created in Modena, Italy
Giuseppe Giusti was founded in 1605 and is the longest running and most prestigious balsamic vinegar producer in the world. Dedicated to constantly improving its attention to the environment, Giusti adopts the most modern and best practices in order to reduce the environmental impact for greater sustainable agriculture. All of Giuseppe Giusti’s vinegars are IGP certified to ensure you that they are authentic.
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