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Fall 2008 — “‘Can a great vinegar age like a great wine? The answer: maybe better. Mannie Berk of Sonoma’s Rare Wine Company focused his formidable scouting skills on barrels of Balsamico Tradizionale slumbering in the attics of Modena in Italy's Emilia-Romagna region. Waftingly complex in aroma and intensely flavorful — think, for example, of the concentrated power of white truffles — these inky, thick, artisan-made vinegars bear the same relationship to your supermarket balsamic that Dom Perignon does to Cold Duck. The Rare Wine Company's cream of the crop, the “explosively scented” Cristo Selezione della Nonna, and the “primordially viscous” Cristo Selezione Amelia are the rarest of the rare.’”
- Richard Nalley, Forbes Life
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