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  1. Weinkase Lagrein Quick View

    Weinkase Lagrein

    Don't be duped by the name; in German it means 'wine cheese,' but this unusual tomme is actually from northern Italy. Soaked in Lagrein wine and spices, it's creamy, lightly peppery, and a bit garlicky; like super-fancy beef jerky. Read More
  2. Parmigiano Reggiano Bonati Quick View

    Parmigiano Reggiano Bonati

    Father and son cheesemakers Georgio and Gianluca Bonati are the overachievers of Parmigiano Reggiano production, going above and beyond in every aspect of craft to ensure a final wheel of impeccable quality, redolent of fresh walnuts, cooked milk, and spring grass. Read More
  3. Sottocenere Quick View


    A heady mix of flavors in this unusual, semi-soft cheese from the Veneto in Italy: truffles in the pasteurized cow milk paste; ground nutmeg, coriander, cinnamon, licorice, cloves, and fennel on the ashed rind. (Hint: ''sotto cenere'' means ''under ash.'') Read More
  4. Blu di Bufala Quick View

    Blu di Bufala

    Say ''Yes!'' to decadence. A high fat (like half-and-half) and high style (cube-shaped) water buffalo blue. Yup, they make those. Read More
  5. Pecorino Ginepro Quick View

    Pecorino Ginepro

    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
  6. Pecorino Oro Antico Quick View

    Pecorino Oro Antico

    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

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