Sua Maestà or “your majesty” in English, is certainly a mouth-watering traditional balsamic vinegar deserving of that name. A family owned estate in the heart of the city of Modena produces this characteristic product that is only exclusively obtained from the must of the seven traditional balsamic vinegar grapes of Modena. The beautiful and luxurious design of the Sua Maestà bottle exhibits the artistic and culinary masterpiece of this amazing balsamic vinegar condiment with dark mirror colors, and a crowning achievement of harmonious flavor. As with all of our Batistini Farms balsamic vinegar products, the production and bottling only take place in Modena.
The balsamic vinegar of modena is a characteristic product that can only and exclusively be obtained from the must of lambrusco, sangiovese, trenniani Albana, Ancellotta, Fortana and Montunic grapes. Further, the production of Modena’s Balsamic Vinegar can solely be undertaken the administrative provinces of Modena and Reggio Emilia.
The balsamic vinegar of Modena is the result of a story of time honored beauty. A masterpiece of flavours. A few drops of it are enough to achieve culinary excellence.
Rumor has it that Modena’s balsamic vinegar came into being by chance, perhaps from a banal mistake, some of the Saba (cooked grape must) was forgotten in a container and, upon discovery found pleasantly bitter sweet, till result of a natural process of acidification.
One of the stories about the origins of the balsamic vinegar is however certain. The first bits of evidence regarding signs of production in the properties of the Este family, the rulers of Modena.
The memory and the spoken word of those who preserved the knowledge of this tradition of the authentic process of artisanal production of the balsamic vinegar. A tradition that even today is being kept and preserved by the Consorteria delle Aceto Balsamico Tradizionale in spilamberto.
This dressing suits ice creams, sorbets, and fruit salads. We recommend you to pour it over Parmigiana Reggiano and other types of cheese, such as pecorino. It’s delicious even in combination with ham and in risottos as well as others types of fresh pasts, such as ravioli. It’s ideal uses however on meat, vegetables and strawberries as well as on other fruits that are low in sugars.