Semi Hard Cheese

Semi-hard cheeses, just as the name suggests, are partly firm cheeses. While still younger than hard cheeses, they are firmer and more flavourful than semi-soft cheeses. This variety of cheeses tend to melt easily and have milder flavours. Try out some of our semi-hard selections below!

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    This cheese has a wide geographical production, produced in two different versions. Robiola Oro, presented here, is the one that is less aged of the two, but despite it, this variety has its own personality for the quality of basic milk - cattle fed with hay and its process of refining focuses on delivering one superb cheese! It has a yellow clear and...

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    The younger brother of the traditional Gorgonzola (today known as Piccante), Sweet Gorgonzola was born in the regions of Lombardy and Piemonte, right after World War II. Soon enogh it became the most known variety of the Gorgonzola cheese. The main difference between the two varities consists of the greater whey content, making the Sweet Gorgonzola softer...

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    This artisan cheese originates from Piemonte (Biella Alps) and is produced with the addition of a great classical wine from the Piedmont region, the Barbera wine. It has a tender structure with thin evenly distributed holes. It has a reddish brown rind and is aromatic in taste with a hit of wine whose acidity counteracts the wholeness of the cheese. Made...

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    This artisan made cheese has a compact, elastic, yellow inner paste with very few holes. It has a sweet and intense taste. ‘Provola’, or ‘provolone’ derive from the word ‘prova’ (test) – the sample of curd that was immersed in water to establish if the latter was hot enough for stringing out the paste. Unlike its name suggests, this cheese is produced...

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    Orginally from the region Veneto, Northern Italy, this cheese made from cow's milk is generally used as a "table" cheese in Italy. Appreciated by many due to its soft inner paste, generalized by large airy holes and sweet and light taste, Asiago Fresco DOP has been aged for less than 3 months.

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    More than having a single, precisely defined characteristic, Piedmont Toma represents a family of products with a variety of characteristics. They range from the use of both whole milk and skimmed milk and ample freedom of size and external aspect. One thing is certain however: the milk must be exclusively cow’s milk. This is a certified DOP cheese.

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    In the past, the city of Bra was a market where this cheese produced in the Cuneo mountains. Today, it is produced throughout the province of Cuneo. The two versions of Bra cheese were awarded DOP status in 1982. This version is younger than the traditional, longer ripened cheese and is a relatively recent innovation created in response to the increased...

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    A southern Italian cheese (origin can include regions like Campania, Abruzzo, Basilicata, Puglia) very well known not only locally but also internationally. The name ‘Scamorza’ derives from the word ‘scamozzare’ or ‘decapitate’ and refers to the cutting of the mass of stringy paste into small portions. The texture is compact, elastic, yellow paste. The...

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