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Olive oil, Olive oil, Olive OiL. What about Balsamic Vinegar!

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I've been thinking about this one for awhile.
People have talked about the apertifs in Italy and the olive oil (both of which I can't wait to try!)
But no one has mentioned the Balsamic vinegar, which from what I have read about is absolutely ambrosical.
Are there any *best* places to find it.
Any brands which are better.
Do some restuarants really serve little shots of it to drink?
That's what we would want to bring back if it's as good as it's suppose to be.
(Boy, I would have a hard time constructing *that* sentence into Italian!
Thanks for any yummy info anyone can provide.
Nancy

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