Italian Cheeses

There are hundreds of varieties of Italian Cheeses. Parmigiano-Reggiano, mozzarella, and Provolone are just a few of the amazing types produced in regions ranging from Lombardy in the north, through Tuscany down to Sicily in the south. Quality is emphasized in regard to the production of Italian Cheeses as there are many consortiums. Many Italian Cheese types have been awarded PDO (protected designation of origin) status. PDO status establishes traditional methods for the production of an Italian Cheese and ensures that it is made with local ingredients within regions of Italy.


Pecorino Toscano

About Toscanello is a classic Italian cheese, called as ‘Pecorino Toscano’ if produc more

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Parmeggiano Reggiano

About From the mountain and hilly pastures near town of Bra, this Italian cheese has been produc more

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About Gorgonzola is one of the world's oldest blue-veined cheeses. The Cheese is mainly prod more

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About Taleggio is a smear-ripened Italian cheese named after the caves of Val Taleggio. It&rsquo more

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About Dolcelatte literally translated name means "sweet milk" The Cheese This chee more

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About Produced in the Italian Alps since the 12th century, this is a classic farmhouse-made chee more

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