Acetaia Paltrinieri

A 200 years old tradition: the history of Acetaia Paltrinieri is rooted at the beginning of 1800, when the villa that still hosts it was built. The first barrels and batches of the Balsamic Vinegar, forerunners of a long family tradition and the Balsamic Vinegar of Modena, also date back to that period.

Our product grows in our lands. That is the reason why we love the landscape around us and we constantly commit to conserving and protecting it. We adopt sustainable environmental policies and take care of every single detail from the production to the packaging.
To bring all the flavour of our land to your table.

Guided tours: Acetaia Paltrinieri periodically organises visits to the Vinegar farmhouse for individuals or groups, an all-round experience in the world of the Balsamic Vinegar of Modena. You will take a closer look to our method of production, maturing and ageing of what can be considered the most precious condiment.

Tours can include the Acetaia Paltrinieri Shop, to buy the Traditional PDO Balsamic Vinegar of Modena, the PGI Balsamic Vinegar of Modena, condiments, glazes and other products directly from the producer. Or a dinner, in the adjacent holiday farm, at a fixed price menu.


Phone:+39 059 902117


Via Verdeta, 11
41030 Sorbara (MO)

Acetaia Paltrinieri was established in 1845 when, in the gorgeous country house with the architecture typical of the region, the Paltrinieri family started producing the first batches of vinegar. This tradition has been handed down to the present day with the production of the vinegar must, from the Trebbiano and Lambrusco vineyards surrounding the villa, in line with the tradition and the Production Regulations.

Today it is Guido Paltrinieri that still performs the traditional practice of decanting and replenishing in the over 1,000 barrels of production. An experience handed down generation after generation that brought the Acetaia Paltrinieri products to be appreciated all over the world for the quality and compliance to the production regulations.

Last modified: 24 Sep 2021
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