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We only got here because museum of ham and museum of cheese were closed. We were SO LUCKY. Best guided tour of the tip, 5 euro, with tasting of perfectly made vinegar. No idea it was so well documented and done, it was an eye...More
We popped round to this museum in between Lambo and Panini visits. We should have planned so that we could have a guided tour.
The museum was good, started with a short video explaining how the good stuff supposed to be made. Without a tour...More
Loving black gold. I was thrilled to learn the process and history. Christine did a fabulous tour. The tasting was incredible! I have gained a better appreciation of traditional gold seal balsamic vinegar
Here you can really learn how the REAL traditional balsamic vinegar is made, not the cheap commercial stuff you find around! Nice short presentation video in English, great displays of barrels and woods. Make sure you take the tour with tasting so you get to...More
We viewed a translated video describing the development of balsamic vinegar. The film provided some interesting information but lacked details of interest to me. We also visited several rooms with artifacts. Our self guided tour was fine, but one really needs a guide to explain...More
We visited this wonderful little museum of Balsamic Vinegar and got a real insight into the production the history and the status of this iconic Modena region product.
The museum was very detailed with descriptions in English and a multi lingual video to watch
Who would have thought a museum about balsamic vinegar would be so interesting? Even though this may appear as a rather small place, the museum is packed with information which is displayed in a very interesting way. Understanding the process behind the making of the...More
Why is balsamic vingear so costly? Why being so crazy to buy so expensive vinegars when there are far less expensive imitations? Go and visit the museum so that the next time your gourmet friends fill your head with cuisine, masterchefs, hawaian pink salt and...More
After 2 1/2 weeks of visiting churches and museums and walking miles each day, we enjoyed our drive to Spilamberto. We tried to make reservations on Monday for a Tuesday English-language tour, but they were closed on Monday. Regardless, the wonderful young woman said she...More
Etrence of museum is just 2euro, so you have to expect something for that prize. On begin you see the video about quality and history. Then is exebition in 4rooms. Pretty nice.
The lady who is behind desk was very helpfull and kind.