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  1. John Brady
    July 6, 2014

    I have been to Modena (ER) Italy to study the heritage of balsamic vinegar of Modena. The article may be a little thin, other than a cursory stating of the obvious facts. ie. it’s dark, it’s thicker, it’s more expensive. What variety of grape used to make “white balsamic?” Or, for that matter what variety of grape is used in the dark balsamic? If some people do not consider white balsamic to even be balsamic, then what is the point of the article? Is the white made from grape must?
    I am no expert, but if you are going to give me an opinion, vs reality, as least make it believable.
    Respectfully, John


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