Portoni in Bergamo, Italy. It has a square shape and dry and wrinkly rind with an amber grey colour. The texture of the Blu di Bufala is an Italian blue-veined cheese made with full-fat pasteurized buffalo milk by Quattro paste ranges from creamy to crumbly with a light cream colour and blue veins spread throughout. The aroma has a milky, acidic note while the flavour is distinct, slightly intense with the sweetness of buffalo`s milk.
Basajo in semi-circle form, is a creamy paste blue cheese made of sheep raw milk. By tasting Basajo we are carried away by a lovely pleasant feeling. It melts in the mouth and is featured by a sweet aftertaste given by soaking Basajo in Passito Wine and then crowning it with the grapes.
A semi-cooked cheese with an intense aroma, flavorsome and a typical product of the Sardinian cheese-making tradition. The rind is smooth, dark-yellow in color, surface-treated with olive oil; the texture is compact, more or less firm depending on the length of maturation, and pale-yellow in color. The unique characteristics of this cheese were officially recognized in 1996, by the award of the “Protected Designation of Origin” label, which has helped safeguard production technique, protecting the original flavor and increasing its presence on the market.
The Pinna’s cheese range increases thanks to a “Caciotta” produced with pure Sardinian goat’s milk. It is sweet and small; it meets the needs of a modern consumer thanks to the lightness and nutritional benefits of goat’s milk. The appearance of “Capretto” takes the characteristic shape of “a dorso di mulo” (rounded sides), and it recalls the traditional cheeses produced in the Sardinian sheepfolds. Capretto is a soft cheese with few eyes, ivory-white in color. The rind is smooth and straw-yellow in color.
Caciocavallo cheese is shaped like a tear-drop and is similar in taste to the aged southern Italian Provolone cheese, with a hard edible rind. It has a mild, slightly salty flavor and firm, smooth texture when young (about 2 months). As it ages, the flavor becomes more pungent and the texture more granular, making it ideal for grating.