What is a food & wine transfer ?

Learning more about Italian culture while moving from one location to another

Don’t miss the chance to learn about our culinary habits or manufacturing traditions!

Let’s face it: moving from one major location to another (such as Florence, Milan, Turin, Rome or Venice) in Italy can be pretty easy with a fast train nowadays and sometimes with good prices too. But what happens if you have a lot of luggage, or your party is large enough to make your ticket price go thorugh the roof ?

OR

What if you didn’t want to lose all the possible culture and food ideas or also tipical Italian manufacturing traditions located in between the two cities ???

Choose a FOOD & WINE TRANSFER, the perfect meeting between moving from one major destination to another while doing in between stops and get to try typical italian foods, taste wines and visit some of our manufacturing prides!

Florence - Milan

1st IDEA: LAMBORGHINI MUSEUM AND FACTORY IN MODENA
Since Automobili Lamborghini SpA became the property of Audi AG, the latter has invested a massive amount of money in modifying the original Lamborghini factory from the early Sixties into the modern building it has become nowadays.There have been major modifications to the assembly lines, a brand new one has been installed during the summer of 2002 to prepare for the new Lamborghini V10 powered model, but the factory has also been enlarged, a rather important ‘R&D’ section has been installed, where the Lamborghini’s for the 21st century are being designed. But what’s most important is the fact that they installed an actual Lamborghini museum, underneath the factory roof, just to the right of the main entrance, some of the cars shown here were in fact restored in the factory restoration facility, others were just driven in like the very first Lamborghini Countach LP400, a stunning green car whose presence in the factory museum has been made possible by Mr Stofer of the Swiss Lamborghini Club.Other cars of interest are the unique Diablo Roadster prototype, the beautifully restored 350 GTV prototype, the very last Countach ever made, a silver metallic Anniversary model, a stunning yellow Miura SV, an LM002 without body panels … and many more, you should just visit it the see them all. Other Lamborghini’s are naturally the off shore powerboats, a scale model is on display and an actual engine is shown too, some of the Formula One cars are also present, very impressive, along with showcases of scale models, books and other automobilia. There is also a Lamborghini shop at the factory now, but both this shop and the museum are only open by appointment, you can’t just how up and enter these area’s. Automobili Lamborghini SpA is currently thinking about some kind of gallery, which will be open to visitors all the time and which will also show several interesting Lamborghini’s. The official factory museum is surely worth a visit.

2nd IDEA: LEARN THE SECRETS OF THE REAL BALSAMIC VINEGAR!
In the acetaia we will visit, where the quality of the wood of the ancient barrels and of the noble wines has been accurately selected with the purpose of obtaining a unique traditional balsamic vinegar, hovers a past made of deliberate gestures and attentive care. Only in this characteristic estate lives the ancient knowledge transmitted by the noble stock of the family Malpighi.The acetaia Malpighi, which started in the middle of the 1800′S, has passed down the proper traditions for 5 generations.The taste and the aroma of our unique traditional balsamic vinegar are the best gratifications that time can have for us and the best gift that with the heart one can give, one of the most important gratification is the win of the “gold spoon” to be placed first at Spilamberto Palio among 900 samples of traditional balsamic vinegar. “Balsamo Divino” the balsamic condiment Malpighi, specially created for consumers desiring a high quality balsamic vinegar positioned between balsamic vinegar of Modena and Traditional Balsamic Vinegar of Modena. The Malpighi family is pleased to bring to you a product that can be considered completely and uniquely “the son” of Traditional Balsamic Vinegar of Modena. It has been aged 6 years in barrels of oak and 6 months in steel containers.Acetaia Malpighi recommends using the condiment on vegetables, roast meat, poultry game.

3rd IDEA: THE FERRARI TEMPLE IN MARANELLO!
Maranello – the Mekka for every real Ferrarista in the world. The hometown of the Ferrari factory and the Scuderia Ferrari is located about 20 kms south of Modena, the famous old city in the Italian Emilia Romagna region (170 kms southeast from Milan). Maranello – Italy’s secret capital – is so important for the region that the small town is signposted right from the exit “Modena Nord” of the A1 motorway from Milan to Bologna. The factory is located on the Via Abetone Inferiore; this is the very road on which one enters the town if one follows the signposts from the above mentioned motorway exit. Unfortunately, it is normally not possible to visit the factory. Guided tours are sometimes arranged for dealers and their customers; maybe your local authorized Ferrari dealer is willing to provide you with an opportunity to join him on his next visit even if you are not a Ferrari owner – just give it a trial. But the normal Maranello visitor has at least the possibility to have a look into the entrance hall of the factory which is generally open to the public. Various exhibits are on display there regularly, ranging from current production to Formula One cars. A nice place for all “Ferrari spotters” is the Via Musso adjacent to the factory; there is the factory gate which is used by all cars (and prototypes!) leaving the plant for test drives. The Scuderia Ferrari – Ferrari’s racing department – is located in the Via Ascari and guarded like Fort Knox, of course. Don’t expect to see Michael Schumacher or Eddie Irvine leaving the building. But the Scuderia is cult and hence worth a photo anyway. Ferrari’s private test track is located at the end of the Via Dino Ferrari (also see “Galleria Ferrari”). There are some small streets which end right on the fence of the track, providing nice photo spots for people with big lenses. The Fiorano track is used regularly for Formula One testing, but also for trials with prototypes and normal production cars. Needless to say that it is not allowed to enter the area. Enzo Ferrari’s former home is located inside the track, as is the well-known red Starfighter jet plane. Ferrari’s factory museum is to be found in the Via Dino Ferrari. You can find photos of the majority of the automotive exposits on this site; but since the exhibits are changed from time to time, the Galleria is always worth a visit – even if one has already been there once.

HOW DOES THE TRANSFER WORKS ?
We will come and pick you up at your hotel at the time you decide (please consider most of the times a transfer like this requires at least 8 hours). We will then proceed to the first, then the second stop and then will drop you off at your final chosen destination. Don’t worry if you would like to visit a different type of place along the way or you would like to either increase or decrease the number of stops. Contact us and request us a specific trasnfer experience based on what you would like to get to know better about the Italian territory. We will send you and offer accordingly adjusting the prices. Don’t hesistate to contact us at the address info@ijustdrive.us

PRICES
The price for this type of transfer varies based on the number of people joining. Usually the ideal number of stops is 2 but if you wish to add more stops just ask us and we will help you organizing. Food & Wine transfers are usually 8 to 12 hours long depending on the stops you choose to make. Send us an email to request a specific quotation at info@ijustdrive.us

CANCELLATION POLICY
There will be no penalty for cancellations of private excursion, transfers or group tours if communicated in writing at least 8 days prior to the booked excursion date.Cancellations of the booking happening between 8 and 4 days prior to the excursion will result in the payment of the 10% of the amount.Cancellations of the booking happening less than 4 days prior to the excursion will result in the payment of the entire amount and no reimbursement will be granted.

Florence - Venice

1st IDEA: PROSECCO! A SPARKLING JOY FROM CONEGLIANO
Let’s visit a Prosecco wine production farm: Prosecco is an Italian white wine — generally a Dry or Extra Dry sparkling wine — normally made from Glera (“Prosecco”) grapes. DOC prosecco is produced in the regions of Veneto and Friuli Venezia Giulia in Italy, and traditionally mainly in the areas near Conegliano and Valdobbiadene, in the hills north of Treviso. Prosecco is known as the main ingredient of the Bellini cocktail and has more recently become popular as a less expensive substitute for Champagne. Up until the 1960s, Prosecco sparkling wine was generally rather sweet and barely distinguishable from the Asti wine produced in Piedmont. Since then, production techniques have improved, leading to the high-quality dry wines produced today. According to a 2008 New York Times report, Prosecco has sharply risen in popularity in markets outside Italy, with global sales growing by double-digit percentages since 1998, aided also by its comparatively low price. It was introduced into the mainstream US market in 2000 by Mionetto, now the largest importer of Prosecco, who also reported an “incredible growth trend” in 2008. Prosecco is protected as a DOC within Italy,[1] as Prosecco di Conegliano-Valdobbiadene, Prosecco di Conegliano and Prosecco di Valdobbiadene. From 2009, this will be promoted to DOCG status.[6] To further protect the name, an association of traditional Prosecco growers is advocating a protected designation of origin status for Northern Italian Prosecco under European law.[5].

2nd IDEA: THE UNIQUE AMARONE WINE FROM VERONA!
The Boscaini Carlo winery is found in the classic and historic region of Valpolicella, in a small valley particularly well know for the cultivation of grapes for fine wine. The winery covers an area of 14 hectares over looking the famous village of St. Giorgio Ingannapoltron , known around the world for its marvelous ancient church, cloister, and archeological excavation. In the beginning, the late Carlo Boscaini (who lived to the venerable age of 102 drinking wine in modest quantity but high quality) produced wine with great passion from leased land. He succeded in aquiring this winery in 1948, and then with his son Arturo Ernesto, worked with care and passion in the production of the grape and it s transformation into wine. In our day, his young nephews Carlo and Mario continue this old and passionate pursuit. In memory of and gratitude to the grandfather, the winery still bears his name today. From 1990 to 1996 they have carried out a large investment in land to update and modernize the vineyards and added new cultivation systems. From 1996 to today they have updated the cellars, improving the structure and the equipment. The vineyards are cultivated with INTEGRATED SYSTEMS (minimum use of chemical products). The pruning and harvesting are done by hand. In the cellars, they produce the wine from their vineyards in the traditional manner but with little modern equipment, and with a minimum of chemical additives. They sell the wine to private clients, some lifelong and some occasional (they have some tresured clients of 50 years). They produce about 45.000 bottles of Valpolicella , Valpolicella Superiore and Ripasso, Amarone della Valpolicella , Recioto della Valpolicella . They produce also particular white wine GARGANEGA an rosè wine MOLINARA. GRAPPA AND OLIVE OIL to complete the range. Good Wine and Genuine is their motto.

3rd IDEA: THE FERRARI TEMPLE IN MARANELLO!
Maranello – the Mekka for every real Ferrarista in the world. The hometown of the Ferrari factory and the Scuderia Ferrari is located about 20 kms south of Modena, the famous old city in the Italian Emilia Romagna region (170 kms southeast from Milan). Maranello – Italy’s secret capital – is so important for the region that the small town is signposted right from the exit “Modena Nord” of the A1 motorway from Milan to Bologna. The factory is located on the Via Abetone Inferiore; this is the very road on which one enters the town if one follows the signposts from the above mentioned motorway exit. Unfortunately, it is normally not possible to visit the factory. Guided tours are sometimes arranged for dealers and their customers; maybe your local authorized Ferrari dealer is willing to provide you with an opportunity to join him on his next visit even if you are not a Ferrari owner – just give it a trial. But the normal Maranello visitor has at least the possibility to have a look into the entrance hall of the factory which is generally open to the public. Various exhibits are on display there regularly, ranging from current production to Formula One cars. A nice place for all “Ferrari spotters” is the Via Musso adjacent to the factory; there is the factory gate which is used by all cars (and prototypes!) leaving the plant for test drives. The Scuderia Ferrari – Ferrari’s racing department – is located in the Via Ascari and guarded like Fort Knox, of course. Don’t expect to see Michael Schumacher or Eddie Irvine leaving the building. But the Scuderia is cult and hence worth a photo anyway. Ferrari’s private test track is located at the end of the Via Dino Ferrari (also see “Galleria Ferrari”). There are some small streets which end right on the fence of the track, providing nice photo spots for people with big lenses. The Fiorano track is used regularly for Formula One testing, but also for trials with prototypes and normal production cars. Needless to say that it is not allowed to enter the area. Enzo Ferrari’s former home is located inside the track, as is the well-known red Starfighter jet plane. Ferrari’s factory museum is to be found in the Via Dino Ferrari. You can find photos of the majority of the automotive exposits on this site; but since the exhibits are changed from time to time, the Galleria is always worth a visit – even if one has already been there once.

HOW DOES THE TRANSFER WORKS ?
We will come and pick you up at your hotel at the time you decide (please consider most of the times a transfer like this requires at least 8 hours). We will then proceed to the first, then the second stop and then will drop you off at your final chosen destination. Don’t worry if you would like to visit a different type of place along the way or you would like to either increase or decrease the number of stops. Contact us and request us a specific trasnfer experience based on what you would like to get to know better about the Italian territory. We will send you and offer accordingly adjusting the prices. Don’t hesistate to contact us at the address info@ijustdrive.us

PRICES
The price for this type of transfer varies based on the number of people joining. Usually the ideal number of stops is 2 but if you wish to add more stops just ask us and we will help you organizing. Food & Wine transfers are usually 8 to 12 hours long depending on the stops you choose to make. Send us an email to request a specific quotation at info@ijustdrive.us This service is made and prices refer to our E-Class, Viano or Vivaro

CANCELLATION POLICY
There will be no penalty for cancellations of private excursion, transfers or group tours if communicated in writing at least 8 days prior to the booked excursion date. Cancellations of the booking happening between 8 and 4 days prior to the excursion will result in the payment of the 10% of the amount. Cancellations of the booking happening less than 4 days prior to the excursion will result in the payment of the entire amount and no reimbursement will be granted.

Florence - Rome

If you wish to have a private transfer from Florence to Rome and in the meantime have a nice tour in the country side we show your some nice suggestions. This way not only you get a private transfer service but you also broaden your knowledge about the Italian way of living and producing by engaging in some interesting experiences. Of course, this is just an idea. We can tailored the tour on your request. After checking out of your hotel, your Private Driver will pick you up and accompany you to the area of rolling hills of the Southern Tuscan Countryside known as the Val d’Orcia (Orcia Valley). This zone of Tuscany, recognized and protected as a World Heritage site by UNESCO, offers magnificent scenery, world-class wines and extraordinary cuisine. During the day you’ll have time to explore Montepulciano, famous for it’s ‘Vino Nobile’ on your own before visiting an organic agricultural farm near Pienza, where you’ll learn about the local Pecorino cheese before having Lunch and a Tasting of the Local Specialties. Situated in a hill, this 16th century stone structure offers a stunning view over the Val d’Orcia. We can stop in a nice, organic, family running, winery where you can explore the cellar and have wine tour and tasting. Full tasting demonstrates different varieties of grapes and denominations, aging periods and selections. A complete journey through the stages of winery production and choices. An excursion through scents and flavors to explain the influences of terroir and winemaking. In the late afternoon, your driver will accompany you directly to your destination in Rome. Or maybe you want to start your day visiting San Gimignano and Siena and then to Rome. Whether you're a curious novice or seasoned aficionado, in search of celebration, exploration or rejuvenation, drawn to our Chianti neighborhood, we'll help you discover firsthand the riches of the region.

1st IDEA: THE NOBLE WINE OF MONTEPULCIANO…
A brief stop in the city of Montepulciano to sample one of Italy’s most refined red wines. Montepulciano is an ancient hilltop town in southeast Tuscany. Worthy of a visit because it is a treasure trove for enthusiasts of medieval and Renaissance architecture and artifacts, it also the home of a very fine Sangiovese-based red wine. The noble wine of Montepulciano, Vino Nobile di Montepulciano, is one of Tuscany’s classic red wines. Although notice of the town’s wine dates as far back to 790AD, it was the poet and doctor Francesco Redi who widely established the fame of the wine in a famous poem, Bacco in Toscana in which he toured the great Tuscan wine regions of his day with Bacchus and Ariadne at his side. Redi stated, “Montepulciano is the King of all wines.” Vino Nobile di Montepulciano, in both regular and riserva versions, is a blend of 60-80% sangiovese grapes with 10-20% Canaiolo Nero grapes and with a maximum of 20% of either recommended local varieties such as Mammolo or authorized grapes such as the “international” varieties Cabernet Sauvignon and Merlot. Since Canaiolo Nero produces a lighter style of wine, the 80% cap on Sangiovese makes Vino Nobile less powerful than Chianti Classico or Brunello di Montalcino, which both use higher percentages of Sangiovese. Vino Nobile also must be aged a minimum of 2 years in barrel, which is too long to preserve the fruit of the current grape blend in most vintages. Best examples have a solid ruby-crimson color, a rich cherry scented aroma with accents of leather, violets, and cigar tobacco, and a rich full taste in the mouth. In excellent vintages, when the quality of the fruit is high, the wines from the best vats are selected for Riserva, which receives at least 2 years barrel aging and a total of three years maturation in all. Riserva has more intensity of flavor than regular Vino Nobile. The component aromas and tastes seem better integrated. The overall impression is of a wine with more polish. Sometimes new oak is used in Riserva. giving it a faint oaky smell.

2nd IDEA: PECORINO CHEESE: THE MOST TYPICAL ROMAN TRADITION!
An interesting visit to learn the production of one of the most know cheeses in Italy: Pecorino Romano is a hard, salty Italian cheese, suitable primarily for grating, made out of sheep milk (the Italian word pecora, from which the name derives, means sheep). Pecorino Romano was produced in Latium up to 1884 when, due to the prohibition issued by the city council of salting the cheese inside their shops in Rome, many producers moved to the island of Sardinia.[1] It is produced exclusively from the milk of sheep raised on the plains of Lazio and in Sardinia. Most of the cheese is now produced on the island, especially in Gavoi. Pecorino Romano was a staple in the diet for the legionaries of ancient Rome. Today, it is still made according to the original recipe and is one of Italy’s oldest cheeses. Pecorino Romano is most often used on pasta dishes, like the better-known Parmigiano Reggiano (parmesan). Its distinctive aromatic, pleasantly sharp, very salty flavour means that in Italian cuisine, it is preferred for some pasta dishes with highly-flavoured sauces, especially those of Roman origin, such as bucatini all’amatriciana or spaghetti alla carbonara. The sharpness depends on the period of maturation, which varies from five months for a table cheese to at least eight months for a grating cheese. Pecorino Romano cheese, whose method of production was first described by Latin authors like Varro and Pliny the Elder about 2,000 years ago, was first created in the countryside around Rome. Pecorino Romano cheese is used mostly in Central and Southern Italy.

HOW DOES THE TRANSFER WORKS ?
We will come and pick you up at your hotel at the time you decide (please consider most of the times a transfer like this requires at least 8 hours). We will then proceed to the first, then the second stop and then will drop you off at your final chosen destination. Don’t worry if you would like to visit a different type of place along the way or you would like to either increase or decrease the number of stops. Contact us and request us a specific trasnfer experience based on what you would like to get to know better about the Italian territory. We will send you and offer accordingly adjusting the prices. Don’t hesistate to contact us at the address info@ijustdrive.us

PRICES
The price for this type of transfer varies based on the number of people joining. Usually the ideal number of stops is 2 but if you wish to add more stops just ask us and we will help you organizing. Food & Wine transfers are usually 8 to 12 hours long depending on the stops you choose to make. Send us an email to request a specific quotation at info@ijustdrive.us This service is made and prices refer to our E-Class, Viano or Vivaro.

CANCELLATION POLICY
There will be no penalty for cancellations of private excursion, transfers or group tours if communicated in writing at least 8 days prior to the booked excursion date. Cancellations of the booking happening between 8 and 4 days prior to the excursion will result in the payment of the 10% of the amount. Cancellations of the booking happening less than 4 days prior to the excursion will result in the payment of the entire amount and no reimbursement will be granted.

Florence - Turin

1st IDEA: LAMBORGHINI MUSEUM AND FACTORY IN MODENA
Since Automobili Lamborghini SpA became the property of Audi AG, the latter has invested a massive amount of money in modifying the original Lamborghini factory from the early Sixties into the modern building it has become nowadays.There have been major modifications to the assembly lines, a brand new one has been installed during the summer of 2002 to prepare for the new Lamborghini V10 powered model, but the factory has also been enlarged, a rather important ‘R&D’ section has been installed, where the Lamborghini’s for the 21st century are being designed. But what’s most important is the fact that they installed an actual Lamborghini museum, underneath the factory roof, just to the right of the main entrance, some of the cars shown here were in fact restored in the factory restoration facility, others were just driven in like the very first Lamborghini Countach LP400, a stunning green car whose presence in the factory museum has been made possible by Mr Stofer of the Swiss Lamborghini Club.Other cars of interest are the unique Diablo Roadster prototype, the beautifully restored 350 GTV prototype, the very last Countach ever made, a silver metallic Anniversary model, a stunning yellow Miura SV, an LM002 without body panels … and many more, you should just visit it the see them all. Other Lamborghini’s are naturally the off shore powerboats, a scale model is on display and an actual engine is shown too, some of the Formula One cars are also present, very impressive, along with showcases of scale models, books and other automobilia. There is also a Lamborghini shop at the factory now, but both this shop and the museum are only open by appointment, you can’t just how up and enter these area’s. Automobili Lamborghini SpA is currently thinking about some kind of gallery, which will be open to visitors all the time and which will also show several interesting Lamborghini’s. The official factory museum is surely worth a visit.

2nd IDEA: THE FERRARI TEMPLE IN MARANELLO!
Maranello – the Mekka for every real Ferrarista in the world. The hometown of the Ferrari factory and the Scuderia Ferrari is located about 20 kms south of Modena, the famous old city in the Italian Emilia Romagna region (170 kms southeast from Milan). Maranello – Italy’s secret capital – is so important for the region that the small town is signposted right from the exit “Modena Nord” of the A1 motorway from Milan to Bologna. The factory is located on the Via Abetone Inferiore; this is the very road on which one enters the town if one follows the signposts from the above mentioned motorway exit. Unfortunately, it is normally not possible to visit the factory. Guided tours are sometimes arranged for dealers and their customers; maybe your local authorized Ferrari dealer is willing to provide you with an opportunity to join him on his next visit even if you are not a Ferrari owner – just give it a trial. But the normal Maranello visitor has at least the possibility to have a look into the entrance hall of the factory which is generally open to the public. Various exhibits are on display there regularly, ranging from current production to Formula One cars. A nice place for all “Ferrari spotters” is the Via Musso adjacent to the factory; there is the factory gate which is used by all cars (and prototypes!) leaving the plant for test drives. The Scuderia Ferrari – Ferrari’s racing department – is located in the Via Ascari and guarded like Fort Knox, of course. Don’t expect to see Michael Schumacher or Eddie Irvine leaving the building. But the Scuderia is cult and hence worth a photo anyway. Ferrari’s private test track is located at the end of the Via Dino Ferrari (also see “Galleria Ferrari”). There are some small streets which end right on the fence of the track, providing nice photo spots for people with big lenses. The Fiorano track is used regularly for Formula One testing, but also for trials with prototypes and normal production cars. Needless to say that it is not allowed to enter the area. Enzo Ferrari’s former home is located inside the track, as is the well-known red Starfighter jet plane. Ferrari’s factory museum is to be found in the Via Dino Ferrari. You can find photos of the majority of the automotive exposits on this site; but since the exhibits are changed from time to time, the Galleria is always worth a visit – even if one has already been there once.

3rd IDEA: PARMIGIANO REGGIANO CHEESE
Let’s visit a farm where they produce one of the most known cheeses of the Italian culture. Parmigiano-Reggiano, also known in English as Parmesan, is a hard granular cheese, cooked but not pressed, named after the producing areas near Parma, Reggio Emilia, Modena, and Bologna (all in Emilia-Romagna), and Mantova (in Lombardia), Italy. Under Italian law only cheese produced in these provinces may be labelled “Parmigiano-Reggiano”, while European law classifies the name as a protected designation of origin. Parmigiano is the Italian adjective for Parma. Reggiano is the Italian adjective for Reggio Emilia. Parmesan is the French-language name for it and also serves as the informal term for the cheese in the English language. The name Parmesan is also used for cheeses which imitate Parmigiano-Reggiano, with phrases such as Italian hard cheese adopted to skirt legal constraints. The closest legitimate Italian cheese to Parmigiano-Reggiano is Grana Padano.When it is said that Parmigiano-Reggiano cheese has been “a great cheese for at least nine centuries”, it is not only highlighting its ancient origin. Indeed, it means pointing out that this cheese today is still identical to how it was eight centuries ago, having the same appearance and the same extraordinary fragrance, made in the same way, in the same places, with the same expert ritual gestures. Historical evidence shows that already in 1200-1300, Parmigiano-Reggiano cheese had reached its perfect typicality that has remained unchanged until the present day. Today like in the past, cheese masters continue in their effort and in their risk by sincerely and proudly persisting in making their cheese with solely milk, rennet, fire and art, and in abiding by the rigorous centuries-old methods and application of the technique that is the result of special vocations and matured experiences.

4th IDEA: LEARN THE SECRETS OF THE REAL BALSAMIC VINEGAR!
In the acetaia we will visit, where the quality of the wood of the ancient barrels and of the noble wines has been accurately selected with the purpose of obtaining a unique traditional balsamic vinegar, hovers a past made of deliberate gestures and attentive care. Only in this characteristic estate lives the ancient knowledge transmitted by the noble stock of the family Malpighi. The acetaia Malpighi, which started in the middle of the 1800′S, has passed down the proper traditions for 5 generations. The taste and the aroma of our unique traditional balsamic vinegar are the best gratifications that time can have for us and the best gift that with the heart one can give, one of the most important gratification is the win of the “gold spoon” to be placed first at Spilamberto Palio among 900 samples of traditional balsamic vinegar. “Balsamo Divino” the balsamic condiment Malpighi, specially created for consumers desiring a high quality balsamic vinegar positioned between balsamic vinegar of Modena and Traditional Balsamic Vinegar of Modena. The Malpighi family is pleased to bring to you a product that can be considered completely and uniquely “the son” of Traditional Balsamic Vinegar of Modena. It has been aged 6 years in barrels of oak and 6 months in steel containers. Acetaia Malpighi recommends using the condiment on vegetables, roast meat, poultry game.

HOW DOES THE TRANSFER WORKS ?
We will come and pick you up at your hotel at the time you decide (please consider most of the times a transfer like this requires at least 8 hours). We will then proceed to the first, then the second stop and then will drop you off at your final chosen destination. Don’t worry if you would like to visit a different type of place along the way or you would like to either increase or decrease the number of stops. Contact us and request us a specific trasnfer experience based on what you would like to get to know better about the Italian territory. We will send you and offer accordingly adjusting the prices. Don’t hesistate to contact us at the address info@ijustdrive.us

PRICES
The price for this type of transfer varies based on the number of people joining. Usually the ideal number of stops is 2 but if you wish to add more stops just ask us and we will help you organizing. Food & Wine transfers are usually 8 to 12 hours long depending on the stops you choose to make. Send us an email to request a specific quotation at info@ijustdrive.us This service is made and prices refer to our E-Class, Viano or Vivaro.

CANCELLATION POLICY
There will be no penalty for cancellations of private excursion, transfers or group tours if communicated in writing at least 8 days prior to the booked excursion date. Cancellations of the booking happening between 8 and 4 days prior to the excursion will result in the payment of the 10% of the amount. Cancellations of the booking happening less than 4 days prior to the excursion will result in the payment of the entire amount and no reimbursement will be granted.