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Boni's facility is located only 3 km from Maranello's Ferrari Museum. We offer our visitors the chance to discover the mysteries of Traditional Balsamic Vinegar of Modena, visit the museum of Traditional Vinegar and farmer's life and make tasting of...more
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Via del Cristo 8, 41014, Castelvetro di Modena, Italy
Sometimes even the most well-meaning product tours featuring excellent products (I’m talking to you — almost every winery tour I’ve ever taken) can be colossal snoozes. But NOT this one!
Much of that is do to the skilled and affable guide/family member/owner who shares the...More
By coincidence we stopped by to discover aged balsamico. What an experience! very warm welcome, very knowledgeable host and amazing products, some dating back 150 years. Time travel does exist;)
Family business for four generations, where passion meets excellence.
I liked aged balsamico, now i...More
We went recently with the Amazing Italy group tour and Mr Boni welcomed us and gave a truly knowledgeable and passionate explanation of his balsamic vinegar production. The cellar was beautifully decorated and you could smell the vinegar the moment you enter the farmhouse. He...More
This visit to Romano Boni Acetaia was part of a day tour to discover Reggiano parmagiano, prosciutto and balsamico and the Ferrari Museum. Romano gave an excellent explanation of the history and processes involved with the production of this magnificent product. Although I have used...More
When one enjoys and is passionate about what he is doing, it ceases to be a job. That may be the case at Romano Boni's Azienda Agricola, where he clearly relishes imparting the creative process involved, the difference in taste of vinegar aged for 7,15,20,30...More
On our way to Florence we stopped by and got a quick private tour of the facility. The owner spoke great English and gave us a tour of how vinegar is made. He offered us salami, bread, wine and ice cream. It was a really...More
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Acetaia_MuseoBoni, Direttore at Boni, responded to this reviewResponded 4 December 2015
I am sooo glad you enjoyed our facility! Enjoy your vinegar as you get back home, you brought home precious scents from italy! Very glad to host you, anytime, if you need!
Acetaia Boni is a farm located a few minutes from Maranello home of Ferrari!
Before to visit this estate I didn't know the difference between the balsamic vinegar we usually buy in a grocery and the traditional balsamic vinegar of Modena.
To sum up I...More