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Azienda Agricola Leonardi Giovanni

Magreta, Italy
About Azienda Agricola Leonardi Giovanni
Acetaia Leonardi is a family-run business with closed-loop supply chain. The Leonardi Family controls every single step of the process (cultivation, harvest, and pressing of the grapes, cooking of the must, maturation in wooden barrels and final bottling and packaging). Visiting Leonardi is like stepping back in time. Surrounded by grapevines and founded in 1800s Acetaia Leonardi Farmhouse is the place to visit if you want to taste traditional products and breath agricultural atmospheres. Living a “ balsamic experience” means: tours of the vineyards and the “Acetaia”, visit the company’s museum, professional and detailed tutored tastings and matching of balsamic vinegar with typical local food products.
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travfirst wrote a review Nov 2019
Basking Ridge, New Jersey943 contributions120 helpful votes
Recommended by the owner of our B&B, Leonardi was the first of three Acetaias we visited, and the last one too😊, as we loved their products the most and decided to return and purchase additional items for the gifts. We came without reservation, and had a friendly tasting and short very interesting tour with a visit to the attic rooms. Now I appreciate products much more, and the process involved to produce great balsamico.
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Date of experience: September 2019
M7300DArichardh wrote a review Nov 2019
3 contributions1 helpful vote
I wasn't expecting much from this stop made by our tour group, Globus. Usually you listen to their spiel, then you're led to the sales area where you're pressured to buy their products. However, Frederica, a family member of the owners did an amazing job explaining the process, from the cooking, to the aging, the the different types of woods used for barrels, to which balsamic to use on what foods. Her energy level was high, which she attributed to her family's product. Then we were taken to the dining area for a light lunch and wine, which was delightful. We usually don't fall for the sales pitches, but we filled a suitcase with their products. I wouldn't have stopped here on my own, so I'm grateful that Globus chose this family owned business. In the future when I travel, I will look for these neat little places.
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Date of experience: November 2019
sarahw987654321 wrote a review Nov 2019
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We took a wonderful tour with Federica! Not only is she obviously passionate about balsamico, but she is very funny and a great storyteller. I only wish I didn't have to limit myself to three bottles, because of room in my suitcase. Their products are exceptional and we would highly recommend the tour as well!
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Date of experience: November 2019
lazar wrote a review Nov 2019
Province of Turin, Italy3 contributions1 helpful vote
Beautiful place to learn about Balsamic. There was a Yang lady her name is LARA. she was wonderful teacher She explained very kindly and give us to tast all was very good .Lara speaks English very well and was very nice and paitence everythingp with a big smile. I love it very much See you next time.
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Date of experience: November 2019
Ove S wrote a review Jul 2019
Jerusalem, Israel438 contributions76 helpful votes
Obviously a most if you are in the area. Lovely guide and very interesting. When did you last taste a product 100 years old?
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Date of experience: July 2019