Bona Furtuna's Aged Balsamic Vinegar of Modena is soaked in tradition. The sweet, syrupy liquid savored by the drop is a culinary discovery that will transport you to a different time and place. The patience and dedication required to produce our Aged Balsamic Vinegar is a family's work of passion over generations, keeping the process and their heritage alive.
The Taste of Elegance
Inhale the aroma of this powerful vinegar and be greeted with a woodsy, acidic-sweetness. Once it touches your tongue, the taste of sour cherries and freshly picked summer raspberries bursts forward immediately before moving through the sweetly-bitter flavors of darkly caramelized sugar, and leaving you with the most subtle aftertaste of freshly ground coffee. Using only the deftest touch do we craft, age and bottle the smooth, elegant taste of this syrupy elixir for you to enjoy.
An Italian Tradition
In collaboration with Pedroni Acetaia, Bona Furtuna brings you a true taste of Italian heritage. Pressed from densely flavorful trebbiano di Spagna grapes, then aged for seven years in select wood barrels and thoughtfully cared for, Bona Furtuna’s mission is to transport you on a timeless journey. From the heart of Modena, with two centuries of generational dedication behind its elegance, we are proud to bring you the profoundly delicious taste of traditionally handcrafted balsamic vinegar.
Outstanding! Smooth and luscious.
Grazie mille Amelia! We're thrilled to hear you're enjoying our 7-Year Vinegar!
My second order of this balsamic vinegar. Delicious and a great gift too.
Janet, we're so happy to hear that you've been enjoying the 7-Year Balsamic! We've been using it a lot lately with fresh summer fruits :)
What a remarkable balsamic. Multilayered flavor that enhances dishes like roasted Rosemary chicken or steamed asparagus with grated parmigiana. A wonderful addition to the kitchen.
Grazie Paul! We're very proud of our new Balsamic Vinegars, rich and full of flavor.
I think it’s delicious. I want to put it on everything!
Sherry, we couldn't agree more! The vinegar is still a pretty new item for us, but we're always finding a way to get a little extra in our meals :)