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Famiglia Favuzzi

Favuzzi organic white condiment


This light gold vinegar has a finer texture and is not quite as sweet as a red balsamic vinegar. Its elegant and complex aromatic notes recall white fruit such as peaches or pears, with a hint of muscat dessert wine.


This condiment will add a bittersweet touch to your dishes. Use it in recipes such as sauces and vinaigrettes when you don't want to change the food's colour.

Distinctives attributes

In addition to being an organic product, our Favuzzi white condiment contains no caramel, stabilizer, starch or glucose syrup. All its ingredients are derived from organic Italian raw materials, GMO-free and enjoying the highest level of organic certification. It has the lowest possible level of sulfites, fewer than 10 parts per million (practically nonexistent). Organic Italian grapes of the Trebbiano, Albana and Montuni varieties are crushed. The juice (or must) is immediately strained from the pulp, skin and seeds to avoid oxidation and colouring, then cooked. Organic white wine is added to the cooked white grape must to act as a fermentation agent.


When they founded their vinegar factory in Italy's Modena region, Cesare Mazzetti and Marco Bombarda were building upon expertise passed down by their family from generation to generation. Today, Marco's younger brother Luca Bombarda is at the helm of the company, whose cave counts no fewer than 5,600 barrels of balsamic vinegar of Modena with a controlled designation of origin.


Modena, Emilia-Romagna, Italy.


Organic wine vinegar, organic concentrate grape must. No allergens. No GMO's.

The world’s leading producer of balsamic vinegar, Acetum, was founded in 1906 in the Modena region, the only geographical area whose balsamics can bear the Protected GeographicaI Indication (PGI) logo. Indeed, the quality of a balsamic vinegar depends not only on its ingredients, but also on its origin, since natural factors such as the climate, terroir and air play a defining role. The company is one of the largest balsamic producers, leaving the grape must to mature naturally in wooden casks in the most authentic Italian tradition.