Red Cow Parmigiano is made only with milk from red cows belonging to the ""Rossa Reggiana"" breed, fed with grass, hay and no-GMO certified feed; in Italy, this parmesan is known as Parmigiano Vacche Rosse. Tast it with a drop of Traditional Balsamic Vinegar from Modena, while drinking structured red wines such as Barolo, Barbaresco and Brunello di Montalcino.
In general, Parmigiano or Parmesan is a cheese with a hard consistency, produced in Emilia Romagna. Parmigiano is the famous and beloved protagonist of all Italian tables. It is made with raw cow’s milk, semi-skimmed by removing the fat on the surface and without additives and preservatives. It is recommended to taste the product on its own, in flakes or pieces, or as an ingredient in many dishes.
The Pecorino Fiore Sardo PDO – Cheese from Gavoi is the only Italian PDO sheep cheese produced with raw milk. Its name probably derives from the fact that wooden caskets were used for its elaboration. These caskets were made from perforated chestnut and a flower was impressed on their bottom. This left a characteristic and distinctive mark on the cheese.
The smoked scamorza from Campania is a pasta filata, smoked cheese made of cow’s milk, aged 15 days. It is a typical product from Campania, recognised by the Ministry of Agriculture as a traditional regional product. It is perfect to enjoy on its own or as an ingredient of warm or cold dishes.
The sweet gorgonzola PDO is a soft cheese from whole cow’s milk. It is characterised by its blue veins, a trait that distinguishes it from all others. The particular after-taste is a prominent organoleptic property of this product. Gorgonzola has a strong flavour, ideal to taste it on its own or smeared on bread.
The taleggio PDO is a fatty, soft cheese made of cow’s milk, typical from North Italy. It takes its name from the homonymous valley, located in the upper Bergamo area. The main features of this cheese are its moderate aroma and its famous flavour. We recommend that you try it on its own or as main ingredient in many traditional dishes from North Italy.
The white baby scamorza from Campania is a pasta filata cheese made from cow’s milk, aged 15 days. It is a typical product from Campania, recognised by the Ministry of Agriculture as a traditional regional product. It is perfect to enjoy on its own or as an ingredient of warm or cold dishes.