What do Ferrari, the traditional balsamic vinegar of Modena and the Vignola cherries have in common?

They are three absolute excellences of the Secchia and Panaro valleys and of those first hills that descend from the Apennines to the Po in one of the most delicious provinces of Italy.

Here grow the most famous cherries in the world, among the fascinating and dark acetaie and the eldorado of those who love the roar of the engines.

A land that is world capital, qualitatively speaking, of sports cars, cherries, vinegar and ceramics.