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Celebrate Olio e Aceto at Eataly NYC Downtown

Celebrate Olio e Aceto at Eataly NYC Downtown

Have you ever wondered what makes Italian extra virgin olive oil so good? Or why balsamic vinegar is different from other types of vinegar?

Wonder no more, amici. From February 18 to March 3, join us at Eataly NYC Downtown as we celebrate Italy's most beloved condiments with complimentary tastings and special promotions in our marketplace. Read on to discover the full details!


February 18 to March 3

Olio Taibi | 30% off select Extra Virgin Olive Oils

Since 1867 the Taibi family has been growing olives and making olive oil in their estate in Agrigento, Sicily. Following organic practices, they harvest their olives while they are still green, and press them within a few hours for maximum taste and health. Each bottle is made with single olive cultivar, resulting in a unique taste profile of the Agrigento terroir.

Learn more about Olio Taibi on Eataly Magazine, then enjoy 30% off their award-winning Biancolilla and Nocellara extra virgin olive oils.

Olio Taibi Extra Virgin Olive Oil

Villa Manodori | 30% off select Balsamic Vinegar Bottles

Michelin-starred chef Massimo Bottura has applied his creative skills to the production of Villa Manodori, a collection of authentically-crafted balsamic vinegar. Produced in Modena, Italy, each small batch begins with boiled down grape must from locally-grown Trebbiano grapes, which is then aged in oak, chestnut, or juniper barrels to yield a rich, dark vinegar with an intense aroma.

Enjoy 30% off Villa Manodori's Artiginale, Organic, and Barolo balsamic vinegar.

Balsamic Vinegar Villa Manodori


Friday, March 1

For one day only, we're celebrating the ultimate balsamic vinegar: Aceto Balsamico Tradizionale DOP. The best of the best, Traditional Balsamic Vinegar DOP each bottle is subjected to strict production guidelines which are regulated by the Consorzio di Aceto Balsamico Tradizionale. Traditional Balsamic Vinegar is produced only in Reggio Emilia and Modena, two provinces of the Emilia-Romagna region. The grape must is derived from whole pressed Lambrusco or Trebbiano grapes and aged in wooden barrels for 12 to 25 years. Dense and viscous, each glossy drop boasts deep and complex flavors, so much so that a little bit goes a long way!

Don't miss your chance to bring home a bottle with up to 50% off!* Trust us: these prices do not come often where Traditional Balsamic Vinegar is concerned.


*Certain restrictions apply. Offer valid on select bottles only on Friday, March 1, 2019 at Eataly NYC Downtown.