Montegrappa Cheese offers a sweet and nutty flavor
With a similar texture to cheddar, this Italian cheese is produced in the Veneto region of Northern Italy.
Savor this rich cheese on a charcuterie board with salami, 'nduja, or even cured pork coppa.
Mitica Montegrappa Cheese is a semi-hard cow’s milk cheese produced for centuries at the base of a mountain named Grappa in the region of Veneto. It comes from the same area as Asiago but exhibits a different flavor: nutty with a sweet finish and the texture of cheddar. Aged 8 months, Montegrappa is gold in color and has its name brandished into the rind. Sample alongside other types of cheese from Italy on a gourmet cheese board.