Giuseppe Giusti 3 Gold Medals - Champagnotta 8.4oz

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The image shows a bottle of Aceto Balsamico di Modena, which is balsamic vinegar from Modena, Italy. The bottle has a traditional shape with a red seal at the top. The label on the bottle is elaborately designed with a red and gold color scheme that gives it a premium look.

At the top of the label, there are two shields bearing coats of arms, and below them, the text "Gran Deposito Aceto Balsamico Giuseppe Giusti Modena" is prominently displayed. This indicates the product is from the Giuseppe Giusti estate, which is known for producing balsamic vinegar. The middle section of the label mentions "Dal 1605," suggesting the establishment of the estate in the year 1605.

The label also bears the Protected Geographical Indication (PGI) seal, which is the same as the seal you showed previously, indicating that the product is certified to have been produced in Modena with a quality and characteristics unique to that region. There are additional decorative elements and text on the label that likely provide more information about the product, its quality grade, and its heritage.

DESCRIPTION: Dedicated to the ancestor who created the recipe at the beginning of the 20th century, it is obtained from sweet, sun dried grapes. Dense and sweet product, it's the most versatile Balsamic Vinegar of Giusti Historical Collection.

YEARS AGED: 12 years and older

INGREDIENTS: Must of cooked sun dried grapes, aged wine vinegar.

AGEING: In oak barrels, with the addition of aged balsamic vinegar extracted from centuries old casks.

TASTING NOTES: The aromas and flavors of plum jam and red fruits intertwine with hints of honey and vanilla in a considerably dense and sweet product.

SERVING SUGGESTIONS: Perfect on risotto, meat, vegetables, eggs, fish, fruits and dessert.

RECYCLABILITY: Bottle (GL 70): glass. Cap (C/PVC 90): plastic. Bottle capsule: no-recycling. Box (PAP 21): paper. Check your recycling collection system.

Download the Technical Sheet Here. 

 The image features a circular seal or logo with a royal blue background and a golden-yellow border. Inside the border, there is a repeating text that reads "INDICAZIONE GEOGRAFICA PROTETTA" which translates to "Protected Geographical Indication" in English. This label is commonly used in European Union countries to designate products with qualities or a reputation that are due to that specific geographic origin.  In the center of the seal, there's a golden-yellow stylized sheaf of wheat that radiates outwards, with the tips pointing towards the edges of the seal. The sheaf forms a semi-circle and is overlaid by a band that carries the same golden-yellow color as the border and the wheat. Across the band, there's a row of 12 five-pointed stars arranged in a circle, which is reminiscent of the flag of the European Union.  This emblem is likely used to certify that a food or agricultural product is of a certain quality and produced within a designated geographical area, according to specific regulations.