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This is a very interesting place to visit especially if you have never seen how vinegar is made. Ingredients are shown and they walk you through the process. The greatest challenge is to walk through the vinegar storage room on the second floor. I came...More
We went to visit the factory and was given a free tour on how vinegar was made. They have vintage vinegar that is more than 50 years old. They have vinegars from 5 to 30 years for sale. Amazing just to smell them. They can...More
The visit to the Vinegar Garden was on the tour itinerary. When I saw it, I didn't feel so keen but it was worth a visit. There is a lot of information about the making of vinegar and we went through rooms to see the...More
Not everyone has a vinegar museum on their bucket list. But this place is very interesting. They have some archaeological material and some reliable records of how it ran 1,500 years ago. Their handworked vinegar making process today is fun to see.