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Balsamic Vinegar, Parmesan, Parma ham tastings near Bologna/Milan?

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We're doing Venice/Ravenna/Bologna/Milan next week and we'd love to find an opportunity to learn a bit more about some of our favorite foods from the region. We've found the proper email addresses for arranging free tours of Parmeggiano-Reggiano factories near Bologna, and we'd love to find similar things for Balsamic vinegar and Parma ham (and olive oil, if there's a good option there). Ideally said activities would be informative without busting our budget (some of these pre-packaged all-day food tours are not particularly cheap!). We'd also love a backup plan in case the Parmesan factory tour in Bologna doesnt work out (We've already gotten an email saying that there will be no tours in English or in Italian that week in Parma, so we're crossing our fingers...)

Any recommendations for tours, acetaia, restaurants that arrange tastings, etc?

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