The Giusti family created the “Scrigno”, a precious wooden box containing the entire historical collection in the classic “Champagnotta” format, alongside five premium balsamic vinegars aged in single barrels of oak, cherry, chestnut, mulberry, and ash. The collection is born of a beautiful philosophy: to bring to balsamic vinegar admirers a journey into the wonderful world of this liquid, through a progressive tasting of the different qualities of the Giusti balsamic vinegars
1 Silver Medal:
Characterized by a rich perfume and an agreeable and rounded balsamic acidity, the “Medaglia d’Argento” is an aromatic balsamic vinegar, enhancing the flavors of any dish with its intensity. In cuisine, it can be used fresh or can be heated in cooking preparations.
2 Gold Medals:
A classic for the Giusti family, “Il Classico” is a greatly versatile balsamic, used fresh or heated. Of a good density and optimal balance between the sweet and sour, it is characterized by overtones of mature fruits, licorice, and black pepper.
3 Gold Medals:
Dedicated to the ancestor who created the recipe at the beginning of the 20th century, this balsamic is born from sweet, sundried grapes. Aromas and flavors of plum jam and red fruits intertwine with hints of honey and vanilla in a considerable dense and sweet balsamic, perfect as a fresh dressing for various savory or sweet dishes.
4 Gold Medals:
Born for the celebration of the 400 years of the Giusti family production, the “Quarto Centenario” is a balsamic of extreme fullness, deeply aromatic, with scents of ripe fruits, accompanied by notes of tobacco, roasted coffee, and hints of wood, thanks to its long aging.
5 Gold Medals:
The ultimate pride and expression of the art of Giusti vinegars, the “Banda Rossa” was the personal gift from Uncle Giuseppe to family members. Of great body and concentration, it is distinguished by its extraordinary complexity and rich bouquet of aromas. Notes of plum, black cherries, and sweet spices, infused with the fragrances of ancient woods in which it was left to age, persisting long after a taste