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Crucolo
Crucolo is an Artisanal cheese produced in the Trentino region of northern Italy. Pale straw yellow in color, it has a deep rich butteriness with a surprisingly tangy finish.


Parmigiano Reggiano
Parmigiano-Reggiano is a traditional, unpasteurized, hard cheese made from skimmed cow's milk.


Pecorino Vechio
Pecorino Vechio, aka Pecorino Grand Old Man, is aged for over 15 months. This outstanding pecorino develops a full, rich, nutty and fruity flavor.


Trentingrana
Trentingrana has a rich, full-bodied flavor with a granular texture clearly differentiating it from other soft-textured Italian cheeses.


Vento D'Estate
Vento D’Estate wheels are aged under a blanket of hay, so its waxy rind has bits of hay clinging to it.


Gruyere
Gruyère is sweet but slightly salty, with a flavor that varies widely with age. It is often described as creamy and nutty when young, becoming more assertive, earthy, and complex with age.


Garrotxa
Garrotxa is a goat's milk cheese appreciated for its milky flavor highlighted by a hint of nuttiness.


Constant Bliss
Constant Bliss is a raw cow cheese made on Jasper Hill Farm in Greensboro, Vermont. Made in Vermont by Andy and Mateo Kehler at Jasper Hill Farms, these small cylindrical wonders always make me smile.


Moliterno


Columbus Artisan Finocchiona
A specialty of Tuscany, Finocchiona is gigante in every sense - flavor, bouquet and, yes, size.


L'Ulivo Sheep Milk
L’Ulivo sheep’s milk cheese is the result of an 18th century cheese-making process that originated in the caves of Villa Corte. In the silent, half-lit cellar, a slow fermentation process gives way to a cheese characterized by a pleasant, mild taste and the distinct fragrance of olive trees.

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