Our name pays homage to the centuries-old process used to create rich and flavorful Balsamic Vinegar. Seven Barrels continues to use this process today to create the highest quality Balsamics you’ve ever tasted.
The story begins with Trebbiano grapes grown in and around Modena and Reggio Emilia, Italy – the only places in world where Balsamic Vinegar is made. True Balsamic Vinegar like Seven Barrels, is aged for many years using a method requiring the vinegar to be moved through a series of as many as seven barrels of decreasing size. The barrels are made of seven different types of wood: oak, chestnut, acacia, cherry, mulberry, ash and juniper. Each wood makes its own contribution to the complex, nuanced flavor that will be the ultimate result.
So what’s in a name? Try Seven Barrels today and find out!