Italian Cheese Collection
Quick Overview :
- Caciocavallo – 8oz. – A sharp, air-dried variation of provolone from Sicily made from cow's milk. Pair with a tub of olives or sundried tomatoes or swap in a caprese salad.
- Gorgonzola Dolce – 8oz. – The younger, creamier Gorgonzola—in Italian 'dolce' or 'sweet'—is made in the suburbs of Milan and aged at least three months. Its spreadable texture and mild flavor profile make it an ideal cheese for culinary applications.
- La Tur – 8oz. – You really can taste how all three milk types contribute to the cupcake-shaped La Tur. The cow’s milk brings the cream and glossy body; the sheep’s milk provides the fluffy butteriness, and the goat’s milk carries the fresh in the fresh tanginess. Cooperation; working together. Dig it, and dig in.
- Fontina Val D'Aosta - 8oz. – This Alpine melter packs a bigger funk and greater zing than its Swiss and French brethren. A thick, pasty rind encases a malleable interior tasting at once meaty and fruity, with some smoke and brine in there, too. There is no mistaking the presence of Fontina Val d’Aosta. This cheese announces itself in every room and dish, alike.
- Quadrello Di Bufala – 8oz. – Produced with the milk of water buffalo for a taste that's creamy, sweet and just the right amount of funky.
- Cacciatore – 4.6oz. - Translated to literally mean "hunter" this cured meat is what hunters used to carry with during trips out into the wild. Spicy and meaty to balance out your plate.
Many of our products are imported or made in limited quantities throughout the year, and because of this we sometimes temporarily run out of inventory. In these instances we will substitute items of similar quality, and you can rest assured that you will be pleased with your order. If not, please contact our customer service and we’ll refund the cost of the substituted item.
This cheese plate cannot ship via Ground to the western US.
Posted by Brue on 6th Aug 2016
Everything about this gift was great and receiver well.
Posted by Joseph Picone on 26th Jul 2016
DiBruno's never disappoints.
Would buy this again and again
Posted by Unknown on 27th Dec 2015
This was a Christmas present for a friend from Italy. He said it took him back to his homeland.