Only in Modena could such a story be born

Few regions in the world can boast such a concentration of gastronomic excellence as Emilia Romagna. Among these, the Balsamic Vinegar of Modena and the Traditional Balsamic Vinegar of Modena occupy a prominent place not only in Italy but also in the world.

It is here, in a very limited area rich in climatic peculiarities such as the Modenese, that the De Pietri family has its roots.

Since 1890, great-grandfather Celestino begins to produce a precious vinegar which over the years has made itself known and appreciated for its qualities. In his trattoria, the official refreshment point of the legendary Mille Miglia car race, drivers and mechanics savor tastes and scents destined to remain etched forever.

For this reason the production of Balsamic Vinegar becomes more and more accurate but without ever losing its family imprint.

The De Pietri then decided to give life to a small company that, both for the name and the brand, recalls another historical Modena heritage. The Bonissima, a thirteenth-century noblewoman who as a benefactor of the city is portrayed in an ancient statuette placed in the corner of the Palazzo del Comune of Modena, becomes the symbol of the Acetaia. That love and respect for ancient traditions are the same ones that still animate the fourth generation of the De Pietri family today. And which allow, through the attention to quality and the rigorous selection of grape musts of exclusive origin of the territory, an artisanal production of excellence.

In full compliance with the regulations laid down for Balsamic Vinegar of Modena and for Traditional Balsamic Vinegar of Modena.