Giuseppe Giusti 4 Gold Medals - Cubica 8.4oz

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The image features a bottle of "Aceto Balsamico di Modena IGP" by Giuseppe Giusti, alongside its packaging. The bottle is made of clear glass, allowing the golden yellow vinegar to be prominently visible. It has a traditional rounded shape and is sealed with a red wax top, adding a touch of classic elegance. The label on the bottle is detailed and ornate, featuring the brand's name and a description of the vinegar's heritage and quality. Accompanying the bottle is a tall, rectangular packaging box that echoes the aesthetics of the label, designed in a vintage style with a blend of dark and golden hues. This packaging underscores the rich tradition and high quality of the vinegar.

DESCRIPTION: The 4 Gold Medals celebrates the 400 years of the Giusti family production. It's particularly sweet, dense and persistent with a rich aromatic bouquet that derives from the long aging in barrels.

YEARS AGED: 15 years.

INGREDIENTS: Must of cooked grapes, aged wine vinegar

AGEING: In series of antique small casks, dating back to the 1800‘s. Extracted once a year in a limited quantity

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: Ideal with aged cheeses, risotto and ravioli, smoked salmon, fresh fruit and desserts. Perfect for lacquering and as an alternative to teriyaki sauce

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

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 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.