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  1. Pecorino Tartufo Riserva Quick View

    Pecorino Tartufo Riserva

    $36.99/LB
    Near Sienna, Sardinian sheep graze, lazily eating grasses growing on the hillsides. Their milk is mixed with white and black truffles to make this amazing, aged truffled Pecorino. Dense yet creamy, firm, and nutty, with bursts of earthy truffle, this is your new favorite truffle cheese! Read More
  2. Bianco Sardo Quick View

    Bianco Sardo

    $18.99/EA
    Coming soon... Read More
  3. Pecorino Romano Quick View

    Pecorino Romano

    $15.99/LB
    Part of the daily rations for Roman Legionaries in the 1st century AD. Fulvi is still traditionally made from pasteurized sheep's milk in the Roman countryside and is less hard and dry than its Sardinian-made counterparts. No need to ration, we have enough for you. Read More
  4. Pecorino Oro Antico Quick View

    Pecorino Oro Antico

    $24.99/LB
    With even a remedial knowledge of Italian, you've probably figured out on your own that this means ''Old Gold Sheep Cheese.'' Yup, it's pasteurized, aged for 6 months, and ''Gold'' refers not only to its color, but to its excellence. Firm and flaky, it has the beloved aged sheep cheese flavors: sheepy, nutty, and grassy. Precious. Read More
  5. Rustico with Pepper Quick View

    Rustico with Pepper

    $14.99/LB
    Rustico is a pasteurized sheep's milk cheese from Rome, aged for approximately 40 days. Read More
  6. Fiore Sardo Quick View

    Fiore Sardo

    $21.99/LB
    Firm texture, wet smoke, and a piquant, nutty finish are hallmarks of artisan Fiore Sardo. Made of raw sheep milk, and gamey, slammin' perfection with a glass of Montepulciano. Read More
  7. Pecorino Ginepro Quick View

    Pecorino Ginepro

    $32.99/LB
    Bathed in a solution of balsamic vinegar and juniper berries, this raw sheep's milk cheese is then attentively aged at least four months. The flakey paste and perfectly edible rind balance hints of gin and acidity with the natural richness of sheep's milk. Read More

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