Asiago Fresco Cheese DOP

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$69.95 4lb (1.8kg)

Asiago Fresco Cheese DOP 3.8lb (1.7kg)

Award Winning Cheese - Best World Cheese Awards 2022-23

The World Cheese Awards is the global benchmark for cheese excellence, where the finest cheeses are judged for their unmatched quality, taste, and texture.

As a truly global cheese event, World Cheese brings together cheesemakers, retailers, buyers and food commentators worldwide to judge over 4,000 cheeses from over 40 countries.

Winning this prestigious award is a testament to the exceptional craftsmanship of these cheeses. 

Asiago Fresco DOP Cheese is a well-renowned Italian cow cheese, that embodies the essence of the lush regions of Trentino and Veneto. This cheese, well-known for its mild and pleasing taste, is a testament to the rich dairy heritage of Northern Italy. Crafted exclusively with cow's milk sourced from within the Protected Designation of Origin (PDO) area, Asiago Fresco Cheese DOP is a symbol of authenticity and quality. The milk for this cheese is collected daily, ensuring that each wheel is infused with the purest flavors and the highest quality.

The cheese's soft texture and its white to pale straw color are visual and tactile delights. Each bite offers a mild, yet memorable experience, making it an ideal choice for many kitchen uses.

What sets Asiago Fresco Cheese DOP apart is its versatility in the kitchen. It can enhance a wide range of dishes, adding a touch of Italian finesse to your meals. Whether melted in a comforting risotto, sprinkled over a fresh salad, or savored on its own, this cheese adapts to your culinary creations. Besides being a treat for your taste buds, Asiago represents a healthy choice too. Rich in protein and well-balanced in fat, it's a nutritious and delicious addition to any diet.

Ingredients: cow’s milk, salt, rennet.

Weight: 3.8lb (1.7kg)

Aging: 20 days

Product of Italy

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