Balsamic Vinegar

8.45 oz bottle

Retail Price: $14.45

Our Price: $10.95 (Save 24%)

8.45 oz bottle
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Why You’ll Love It

This superb balsamic vinegar is made in Modena, Italy, from sweet white Trebbiano and Lambrusco grapes. It's aged approximately 12 months, growing richer and darker as it's transferred to smaller and smaller barrels, each made of different aromatic woods: oak, chestnut, mulberry and juniper. The end result is a rich, syrupy balsamic with deep and complex flavor.
SKU: 808245000133

About This Brand

Extraordinary Balsamic Vinegar aged in wooden barrels for exceptional flavor.It was 1912 when Mr. Telesforo Fini founded the Gourmet Store in the hearth of Modena, that made his name and his products famous not only in Italy but around the world. His store in fact, quickly gained the palate of the “Modenese” Gourmet Lovers and it became his launching ramp for FINI Restaurant, still today one of the most recognized Restaurants in Italy.FINI in fact, is one of the first producers of Balsamic Vinegar of Modena and one of the co-founders of the Balsamic Vinegar of Modena Consortium. In FINI’s attic there are, still today, barrels dating the 18th Century, making our “acetaia” (vinegar factory) one of the oldest of the industry.FINI Brand today is appreciated in all the world, where it is known – as in 1912 – as synonymous of Premium Brand in the high specialty food industry. Now, like then, our barrel aged product is used in every batch and thanks to it FINI became a Named-Brand for...
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100% balsamic vinegar

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Serving Size 1 tbsp (15ml) Servings Per Container about 16

Amount Per Serving

Calories 10

% Daily Value*
Total Fat 0g 0%
Saturated Fat 0g 0%
Trans Fat 0g
Sodium 0mg 0%
Total Carbohydrate 2g 1%
Protein 0g

Iron 4%

Reviews For Balsamic Vinegar

Based on 11 Reviews



- george


I really like this balsamic vinegar. It's a very good option. Good balance of price and quality. Glad I gave it a try.
It is a little thicker than regular cheap stuff and tastes a bit sweeter, less acidic. Perfect for balsamic vinaigrette or drizzling over food.

- Runya

Fini balsamic

NOT a syrup as stated in description. It is quite thin & runny like any balsamic. Dissapointed!

- Lynette

Balsamic Vinegar


- Cyndi

Balsamic Vinigar

This is the best. I tried another brand once and was not happy with it. I used this vinegar to make balsmic salad dressing and it was fabulous. Excellant.

- sharon

Tastes Like Luxury

I never thought I had to worry about GMOs in my vinegars, but I was clearly wrong. I love this non-GMO alternative to standard vinegars. It goes on everything so amazingly! I love it on breads and sandwiches the most, but my husband likes to steal some for his salads and chicken. This stuff tastes so amazing.

- Kathryn Kline

Gorgeous packaging

I know it sounds silly, but my favorite thing about this is the packaging. It has such a classy look. I've received multiple compliments on it, and some house visitors have assumed it was a luxury steaksauce. The bottle makes it pretty easy to pour, and I haven't gotten tired of the compliments yet.

- Danielle Fisher

Good Price

I love this vinegar, but my local grocery store stopped carrying it! I'm glad I found it here on Thrive, and it's a lot less than I was paying for it before - about $5 less per bottle. It has such a nice taste, and I'm glad I don't have to go find another brand as I really got attached to this one.

- Becca Bea

Depends on the barrel it's made from

Fini balsamic is hard to judge. I gave it three stars because I've ordered it twice, and the flavor was different in each one. That's because it's not mass produced, so each barrel of grapes from which the vinegar is pressed can have variations in flavor.

So the first bottle I got was really strong and full of flavor. I loved it. The second delivery was weaker and more watered down, and didn't match what I liked about the first. So, it really all depends. But it's still a good balsamic all things being equal

- Hank S.

Terrific authentic dressing

When I visit my favorite Italian restaurant, the balsamic they use is always so much more fresh and pungent than what I buy at the store. I've tried some organic brands, but until I tried Fini, I wasn't really satisfied.

This is real balsamic from the source, made from grapes in Italy and aged until the flavor is at its peak. It's as good if not better than the restaurant's, and it has virtually zero calories, no fat, no sugar and no salt.

- Heather Sutton

Balsamic Vinegar from Italy is the Best!

Never having used balsamic vinegar in any recipes, I wasn't sure my family would like a change like this. Boy was I wrong. I've used Fini Balsamic Vinegar in many of our everyday meals. Since each bottle or batch is from a different type of barrel, each bottle has a unique taste.

This balsamic vinegar carries a nutty taste, and it's not too sweet and not too savory. It seems just right for pasta, vegetables, meat marinades and on and on. There is little carbohydrates, about 1%, and contains 0 sodium and trans or saturated fats.

- Jon Nunez

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