Obtaining a great balsamic apple vinegar depends on the competence, experience, and taste of its maker. This requires a careful selection of the apples, an accurate method of cooking, and a complex aging process in casks made from various woods in various sizes. Time is the final element essential for the natural course of perfect aging.
The dark brown color, the intense smell, which hides the scents of apples and the hints of fine wood. A piece of art, maintained throughout decades, which seals the quality and taste of a product capable of defying time.