ONCE UPON A TIME

When Nicola Milano in 1889 started producing vinegar, he had a clear vision of the quality of the product. His son Andrea, who gave the name to the firm, continued his father ’s work from the teachings he received. Even then, vinegar was the result of the harmonious mixture of the raw materials, the devotion of the artisan and the fitting technology.

AGEING IS
AN ART

Since 1889, the vinegar factory Andrea Milano has refined the techniques of production without ever losing sight of the great Italian wine tradition.

The first beech chipboard barrels have been replaced by modern acetifying machines, but nothing of the heritage of tradition and
experience, matured over the last 100 years, had been sacrificed.

PASSION IS
OUR INHERITANCE

In the 90’s the fourth generation, led by Andrea and Francesco, represented a strong push for the growth of the company, aiming to internationalization and acquiring a historic vinegar factory of Moden at hat has now become the pride of the Company allowing the expansion of the range with the production of Balsamic Vinegar of Modena.

Now in its fifth generation, with the entrance in the company of Fabio and Marcello, the Acetificio Andrea Milano is positioned as one of the most important producers in the sector with three factories in Italy and exporting in 55 countries worldwide

ROOTS IN THE FUTURE

The finest raw materials, carefully selected from the best Italian regions, allow the company to obtain unique vinegars and preserve ancient
flavours and tastes that would otherwise be lost.
The combination of past and future, between tradition and innovation, is one of the main objectives that Acetificio Andrea Milano has set itself.

Art has no age … like the great vinegars!

DISCOVERING
NEW WORLDS

Food is part of our life, as well as imagination, the pleasure of discovery and the wonder of change. Looking to the future without forgetting the past is one of the goals of the Acetificio Andrea Milano.

Research and innovation can never disregard the company culture handed down from 1889 until today.