"Robiola Bosina, from the Langhe region of northern Italy, is a perfect, creamy blend of cow's and sheep's milk. Robiolas come in many shapes and sizes; this flat, square little pillow contains a luxurious, silky paste with smooth, well-balanced flavors. Bosina's rind is resilient enough to protect its interior while it ripens to a deliciously runny consistency. The paste itself is mild, sweet & milky"
Pecorino Tartufo (peh-koh-REE-noh tar-TOO-fow) Pecorino Tartufo is an old style of Umbrian pressed sheep milk cheese. The cheese's buttery nutty flavor is enhanced with the addition of aromatic black truffles giving it a unique signature. The smooth toothsome texture gives the Pecorino Tartufo a long shelf life. However the cheese is particularly addictive so it's usually consumed rather quickly.
Burrino (manteca) P.A.T.
Dovendo conservare il burro in assenza di strumenti per la refrigerazione, si usava avvolgerlo nella pasta filata. Oggi è una specialità del sud italiano che lega il tradizionale metodo di conservazione con la classica pasta filata, fresca e morbida.
Paesanella, from the Ciresa Family, is produced in the Val Taleggio, an Alpine valley of Lombardy, Italy — best known for its namesake cheese, of course, but also home to many other fine cheeses. The...
Bra Tenero is a cow's milk cheese from Piedmont region of Northern Italy. The city of Bra is the self-proclaimed capital of cheese in Europe. Bra Tenero, a younger and softer cheese than its cousin Bra Duro, has a semi-hard texture and a dense, slightly piquant flavor. Pair this cheese with Cabernet or a hearty Italian red.