It is a long story that began in the early twentieth century when the Pelloni and Tintori families began to age Balsamic Vinegar in wooden barrels as an inheritance to be handed down as a dowry to their daughters.
In the 1980s, the passion for balsamic vinegar took over, and thanks to the will of Roberta and Marino La Vecchia Dispensa became a fixed point for lovers of the precious "black gold". Since the beginning of the 90s, a process of enhancement abroad has begun that has led their products to be known and appreciated all over the world.
They can proudly boast one of the first Production and Trade Licenses for Balsamic Vinegar, No. 13. A long tradition that continues today in the search for the highest quality.