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  • Asiago d'allevo DOP

Asiago d’Allevo DOP in 14kg wheels

Asiago d’Allevo DOP
in 14kg wheels

As we can easily understand by its name, this cheese is produced in the Asiago upland, in the provinces of Vicenza and Trento and in some municipality of the provinces of Padua and Treviso. There are two different types of Asiago: hard (“d’allevo”) and soft (“pressato”); Boni selects and commercializes the hard one, which is made with raw, semi-skimmed  milk, and which is aged from 3 months to over one year. The taste of hard Asiago becomes a bit spicy with aging.

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