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Visiting Balsamic Vinegar producers in Modena

Visiting Balsamic Vinegar producers in Modena | Italia Mia | Scoop.it

Balsamic vinegar of Modena is one of edible treasures of Emilia-Romagna. Visiting local producers that has been making aceto balsamico di Modena for centuries on a custom Italy vacation is a fascinating experience for any Italophile and foodie alike. [...]

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Balsamic vinegar is part of the most ancient, authentic traditions of Modena and traces its roots to the XI century. It was certainly used by the Estensi Dukes as a "royal gift".

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Montrose's curator insight, August 2, 2015 2:37 AM

Balsamic vinegar is part of the most ancient, authentic traditions of Modena and traces its roots to the XI century. It was certainly used by the Estensi Dukes as a "royal gift".

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Italy has world's third-best restaurant | Osteria Francescana - L'osteria di Massimo Bottura.

Italy has world's third-best restaurant | Osteria Francescana - L'osteria di Massimo Bottura. | Italia Mia | Scoop.it

Modena-based Osteria Francescana has once again clinched a top spot in the annual awards for the world’s 50 best restaurants.

The restaurant was third after the Renè Redzepi’s Copenhagen-based Noma and immediately after the Spain’s El Celler de Can Roca.

First opened in 1995, Bottura’s Osteria Francescana was awarded its first Michelin star in 2002, a second four years later, and a third in 2011. Bottura also won the Chef’s Choice award in 2011...

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Rome, Florence, Venice and then... why not Modena?

Rome, Florence, Venice and then... why not Modena? | Italia Mia | Scoop.it

Travellers dream of slow food and fast cars in Italy but few make it to what many Italians consider the breadbasket of the country. Most visitors stick to tourist-laden Rome, Florence and Venice and are missing out on some of the country's best exports -- art, food and cars. These are found in Modena, a city often forgotten on most Italian holidays. [...]

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Discover the town that smell deliciously of great food and supercars. Two names among the others: "Osteria Francescana" and Ferrari - by Ayngelina Brogan

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