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The Sartori company, founded in 1939 in Wisconsin is dedicated to the highest standards, using premium Wisconsin milk and crafting Italian specialty cheese. The Sartori Reserve line features award-winning specially selected and aged varieties, like this Extra-Aged Asiago cheese. A cheese that grows only more elegant with the passage of time. It is aged for at least 12 months to achieve a creamy maturity, creating a distinctly nutty flavor and sense of old-world hospitality. This Asiago pairs w... MORE INFORMATION
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Grana Padano has an abundance of flavor, much deeper than Parmesan with a more granular texture and is made here in the US with the same craftsmanship and care as the original one. The 70-pound wheels are aged a minimum of 18 months, and hand-turned twice a week to provide a remarkable flavor. Try the Grana in salads, dips, sauces, pizzas and many more recipes.... MORE INFORMATION

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Vermont Mascarpone has garnered accolades for its fresh, rich cream flavor and smooth, thick texture - essential for Tiramisu and other dessert creations. All natural, made with Vermont rBST free cream. It won First Place at the 2006 and a 3rd place at the 2011 American Cheese Society Competition. This wonderful product has a fresh cream flavor, is luxurious, smooth, and has a thick texture. It adds richness and flavor to any dish; it is seen by many French chefs as an essential ingredient used ... MORE INFORMATION
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Mizithra or Myzithra is a traditional pasteurized cheese made from sheep's milk and some added cream and whey. The cheese is easy to cut, snow-white, creamy, and granular; its flavor is similar to Ricotta Salata and it an ideal cheese for grating. It is made in various sizes and shapes; like a cone or a ball. Mizithra can be used in an array of both sweet and savory dishes and we sell the cheese as 1 pound (cut in one or two pieces)and you can buy the entire cheese (approximately 1.5 pounds... MORE INFORMATION

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Provolone originally comes from the south of Italy but is nowadays produced in several regions of North Italy and no kitchen is likely to be without it. The cheese is sold in various shapes, melon-or pear-shaped, salami-shaped, bottle shaped or a truncated cone. The weight may vary per shape. The cheese is made from pasteurized cow's milk that is cooked and shaped and salted in brine and hung up to dry. Some cheeses are sold as young as two months, but six months or more is a more usual matura... MORE INFORMATION