Vivaldi Taleggio Cheese
Taleggio is the softest, creamiest member of the famous Italian Stracchino cheeses. Taleggio's flavorful interior is creamy in texture and has a pungent aroma. It pairs perfectly with bold red wines like Sangiovese or melted into polenta. Cheesemonger's Note: Taleggio's rind is normally pink and slightly sticky, and often features a dappling of green, blue, white or grey molds.
Taleggio is the softest, creamiest member of the famous Italian Stracchino cheeses. First made in the valley of the same name, located in the historic province of Bergamo, Taleggio made its debut in the international cheese markets after World War I. It has a rough, rosy crust, pale yellow interior, and rich, fruity, and buttery flavor that is slightly salty. Taleggio's soft, incredibly flavorful interior is creamy in texture and has a pungent aroma. It pairs perfectly with bold red wines like Sangiovese, melted into polenta, or just served with crusty bread. The cheese imparts the essence of the Italian countryside in such a demonstrative manner that you could swear you were sitting among the cows on a grassy hillside in Lombardy.
|Ingredients||Pasteurized cow's milk, enzymes, salt, animal rennet.|
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