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  • BERTOZZI MOUNTAIN PARM REGGIANO 1/4 WHEEL

    BERTOZZI MOUNTAIN PARM REGGIANO 1/4 WHEEL

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    Mountain Parmigiano is produced from free-range cows, raised in pastures at over 3000 ft in the Apennine Mountain. A truly artisan cheese, it is made by small-scale farmers in micro batches. Its unique terrior yields a cheese with an unparalleled rich flavor and crumbly texture. Pair with medium bodied red wine, nuts and figs, or aged balsamic.
  • BERTOZZI PARMIGIANO REGGIANO 24 MONTH 1/4 WHEEL

    BERTOZZI PARMIGIANO REGGIANO 24 MONTH 1/4 WHEEL

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    Parmigiano Reggiano is the king of cheese and Abele Bertozzi is the king of Parmesan. For over 100 years, Bertozzi has produced Parmigiano Reggiano, and only Parmigiano Reggiano, solidifying its name as one of Italy's premiere producers. Aged 18-20 months.
  • BERTOZZI PARMIGIANO REGGIANO 24 MONTH FULL WHEEL

    BERTOZZI PARMIGIANO REGGIANO 24 MONTH FULL WHEEL

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    Parmigiano Reggiano is the king of cheese and Abele Bertozzi is the king of Parmesan. For over 100 years, Bertozzi has produced Parmigiano Reggiano, and only Parmigiano Reggiano, solidifying its name as one of Italy's premiere producers. Aged 24 months.
  • BERTOZZI PARMIGIANO REGGIANO SOLO DI BRUNA 1/8 WHEEL

    BERTOZZI PARMIGIANO REGGIANO SOLO DI BRUNA 1/8 WHEEL

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    This is no ordinary Parmigiano-Reggiano! Made from only brown cow?s milk ?solo di bruna,? this cheese contains more casein which is a protein that gives the cheese a wonderful depth of flavor. The cheese is then aged for 24 months to lock in the unique creaminess that only Bertozzi can offer.
  • EMMA  AGED PIAVE 1/4 WHEEL

    EMMA AGED PIAVE 1/4 WHEEL

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    Piave is an Italian cow's milk cheese, named after the Piave river. It is a Protected Designation of Origin (Denominazione di Origine Protetta or DOP) cheese therefore the only official Piave is produced in the Dolomites area, province of Belluno, in the northernmost tip of the Veneto region. There are several different Piave's available, distinguished by their aging periods. This Piave Vecchio Selezione Oro is aged more than 12 months which is signified by its red label. Piave cheese has a dense texture and is straw-yellow hue. It has a slightly sweet flavor similar to a young parmigiano. Once fully aged, it becomes hard enough for grating, and it develops an intense, full-bodied flavor.
  • PECORINO ROMANO 9 MONTH 1/4 WHEEL - BULK

    PECORINO ROMANO 9 MONTH 1/4 WHEEL – BULK

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    Pecorino Romano is a hard, salty Italian sheep's milk cheese, often used for grating. The Italian word pecora, from which its name derives, means sheep.
  • REGGIANITO CHEESE WHEEL - BULK

    REGGIANITO CHEESE WHEEL – BULK

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    Reggianito is a very hard, granular, cows' milk cheese from Argentina whose origins lie with immigrant Italians who wished to make a cheese reminiscent of their native Parmigiano Reggiano.
  • SILANO (PODDA) CLASSICO

    SILANO (PODDA) CLASSICO

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    The Ferruccio Podda Company, for over 50 years, has been successful in the production of unique and high quality cheeses in Sardinia. They have succeeded in uniting the ancient Sardinian dairy traditions and recipes with up to date manufacturing technology. The Podda Classico is a hard cheese produced from milk and sheep's milk. The classico posseses a rich, nutty flavor, with hints of grass and brine.
  • SILANO CACIOCAVALLO DOP

    SILANO CACIOCAVALLO DOP

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    Delicious cows milk cheese from Calabria. Rope-tied for an elegant presentation. The DOP caciocavallo is approachable enough for a young pallet, but poses just enough tang to satisfy the more sophisticated customer.
  • SORESINA GRANA PADANO WEDGE

    SORESINA GRANA PADANO WEDGE

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    Grana Padano is a sweet-scented semi-fat cheese with a delicate flavor and a hard and granulose paste, after being cooked and left to mature. It is made with partially skimmed cow milk naturally risen to the surface in open-top stainless steel basins. Grana Padano is a highly versatile cheese, when young, it is best eaten raw since it is softer and delicate. When it is mature and grated, its more distinct flavor enhances soups, risotto and pasta dishes.