history company, production, distribution, sale traditional balsamic vinegar of Modena IGP, apple vinegar, flavoured wine vinegar, organic vinegar, balsamic vinegar cream

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History

Vinegar in Mantua is a tradition dating back in time, inherited from father to son among vinegar producers. The turning point of such a fantastic tradition was 1962. At the time Giorgio Mengazzoli had a dream: controlling the secular handicraft tradition in Mantua and exporting it outside the city boundaries, all over Italy and worldwide.

Thus simply and spontaneously as all the best things, Acetificio Mengazzoli started a prideful growth. A long time elapsed and Giorgio was followed by his daughter Elda and son Cesare, and production was diversified from wine to apple vinegars, to the balsamic vinegar creams to Mostagri, from salts to flavoured vinegars, but passion and bent of people constantly working and accurately selecting raw materials are always the same, developed and improved with the company and its supporters.

New technologies played a leading role in getting the best raw materials combined with handicraft, healthy and controlled production as at the company origins, but as the same time improving quantities and Mengazzoli branded product distribution all over the world. At present such a noble product of the Italian tradition is available in Europe, Asia, Africa, Americas and Oceania.

But there still is a dream, constantly enforced with the Acetificio with the bent and passion of workers and mainly with the awareness and acceptance paid in time by new and old customers as well.


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