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Parmigiano Reggiano 5 Years

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$35.00/Lb


Cows have grazed on the hills of Salsomaggiore Terme in the province of Parma for generations, and it's been over 50 years that the Lanfredini farm has been making Parmigiano Reggiano. These years of experience and passion for cheesemaking have led them to create a labor of love - a 5 Year Parmigiano Reggiano. After years of careful aging, this Parm is intensely nutty, with hints of beef broth and umami flavors. Supple and flaky, it is ready for crumbling over a salad or into bite-sized pieces with a glass of wine on the side.


Just the Facts

Country
Italy
Region
Parma
Milk Type
Cow
Pasteurization
Raw
Rennet Type
Animal
Age
5 Years

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