• igourmet Mountain Gorgonzola DOP - Two Pound Club Cut (2 pound)

    From Italy's Lombardy region, we present Mountain Gorgonzola, a sharp and tangy cheese. Like many cheeses, this cheese takes its name from the local town where it was created, Gorgonzola, just south of Milan. There a simple fresh cheese was made for generations, until a few forgotten wheels were found to have turned blue with mold. This edible mold was a natural part of the terroir, coming from the local caves of Valsassina. Upon tasting the moldy cheese, the local dairymen found it to be delicious, and allowed their wheels to go moldy on purpose. Thus Stracchino di Gorgonzola, Italy's most famous blue cheese, was born.Today the cheese is more well known than the town, and not without reason. Made of cow's milk, this thick, sliceable blue has a fudgey texture and gentle blue bite. Not as sharp as Roquefort or as pungent as Stilton, Mountain Gorgonzola is a consistently delightful cheese that will convert even non-blue cheese eaters into fans. As it ages, the 14 lb drums of cheese are gently washed with a saltwater brine, allowing the cheese to stay moist and smooth. This also gives Mountain Gorgonzola its thin, pinkish-red rind. With its white interior laced with streaks of blue, Mountain Gorgonzola is an attractive table cheese and a savory ingredient in your favorite salad. Gor...

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    • ASIN: B0064IZUMA

  • igourmet Mountain Gorgonzola DOP - Pound Cut (15.5 ounce)

    From Italy's Lombardy region, we present Mountain Gorgonzola, a sharp and tangy cheese. Like many cheeses, this cheese takes its name from the local town where it was created, Gorgonzola, just south of Milan. There, a simple fresh cheese was made for generations, until a few forgotten wheels were found to have turned blue with mold. This edible mold was a natural part of the terroir, coming from the local caves of Valsassina. Upon tasting the moldy cheese, the local dairymen found it to be delicious, and allowed their wheels to go moldy on purpose. Thus Stracchino di Gorgonzola, Italy's most famous blue cheese, was born.Today the cheese is more well-known than the town, and not without reason. Made of cow's milk, this thick, sliceable blue has a fudgey texture and gentle blue bite. Not as sharp as Roquefort or as pungent as Stilton, Mountain Gorgonzola is a consistently delightful cheese that will convert even non-blue cheese eaters into fans. As it ages, the 14 lb drums of cheese are gently washed with a saltwater brine, allowing the cheese to stay moist and smooth. This also gives Mountain Gorgonzola its thin, pinkish-red rind. With its white interior laced with streaks of blue, Mountain Gorgonzola is an attractive table cheese and a savory ingredient in your favorite salad. Go...

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    • ASIN: B0000D9N44

  • igourmet Gorgonzola Dolce DOP - Pound Cut (15.5 ounce)

    From Italy's Lombardy region comes the most imitated blue cheese in the world. Many cheeses falsely claim to be Gorgonzola, but they always leave you singing the blues. Authentic Italian Gorgonzola comes in two varieties: Dolce, meaning sweet, and Mountain-- the sharper and firmer version. Dating back to ancient times, this member of the stracchino family is one of the world's classic cheeses.Almost spreadable, Gorgonzola Dolce is supple and luxurious with an unmistakable tangy creaminess. Its pale white interior is laced with streaks of blue, giving Gorgonzola Dolce a striking appearance to match its piquant flavor. Enjoy Gorgonzola Dolce as a table cheese, spread thickly on a piece of crusty baguette, or as an ingredient in your favorite salad dressing.Made from pasteurized cow's milk.Photo depicts whole 3 lb. form of cheese.We cut and wrap this item by hand.

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    • ASIN: B0000D9N0F
    • UPC: 798235732215

  • Mountain Gorgonzola Cheese (1 lb)

    Mountain Gorgonzola is a blue cow's milk cheese from the Lombardy region of Italy. There are two varieties of Italian Gorgonzola, the young Gorgonzola Dolce, and this more aged option. Mountain Gorgonzola is tangy and firm with pronounceen melted down, Mountain Gorgonzola makes an interesting fondue for a true blue lover. If you are looking to add some unexpected elements to a cheese platter, Mountain Gorgonzola is a wonderful choice. Not only is it a bold cheese, but it pairs well with some unexpected ingredients. The classics like pears and nuts work, but peaches and raisins also mingle well with the flavor of Gorgonzola. If you are looking for a wine pairing, try champagne or a full bodied red wine.

    • ASIN: B001TJKJCU

  • igourmet Mountain Gorgonzola DOP (7.5 ounce)

    From Italy's Lombardy region, we present Mountain Gorgonzola, a sharp and tangy cheese. Like many cheeses, this cheese takes its name from the local town where it was created, Gorgonzola, just south of Milan. There, a simple fresh cheese was made for generations, until a few forgotten wheels were found to have turned blue with mold. This edible mold was a natural part of the terroir, coming from the local caves of Valsassina. Upon tasting the moldy cheese, the local dairymen found it to be delicious, and allowed their wheels to go moldy on purpose. Thus Stracchino di Gorgonzola, Italy's most famous blue cheese, was born.Today the cheese is more well-known than the town, and not without reason. Made of cow's milk, this thick, sliceable blue has a fudgey texture and gentle blue bite. Not as sharp as Roquefort or as pungent as Stilton, Mountain Gorgonzola is a consistently delightful cheese that will convert even non-blue cheese eaters into fans. As it ages, the 14 lb drums of cheese are gently washed with a saltwater brine, allowing the cheese to stay moist and smooth. This also gives Mountain Gorgonzola its thin, pinkish-red rind. With its white interior laced with streaks of blue, Mountain Gorgonzola is an attractive table cheese and a savory ingredient in your favorite salad. Go...

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    • ASIN: B001LM42HS
    • UPC: 786173960661

  • Gorgonzola Dolce DOP- Whole Form (3.5 pound)

    From Italy's Lombardy region comes the most imitated blue cheese in the world. Many cheeses falsely claim to be gorgonzola, but they always leave you singing the blues. Authentic Italian Gorgonzola comes in two varieties: Dolce, meaning sweet, and Mountain-- the sharper and firmer version. Dating back to ancient times, this member of the stracchino family is one of the world's classic cheeses.Almost spreadable, Gorgonzola Dolce is supple and luxurious with an unmistakable tangy creaminess. Its pale white interior is laced with streaks of blue, giving Gorgonzola Dolce a striking appearance to match its piquant flavor. Enjoy Gorgonzola Dolce as a table cheese, spread thickly on a piece of crusty baguette, or as an ingredient in your favorite salad dressing.Made from pasteurized cow's milk.Photo depicts whole 3 lb. form of cheese.

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    • ASIN: B005BHZCR8

  • Mountain Gorgonzola Cheese (Whole Wheel) Approximately 15 Lbs

    Mountain Gorgonzola is a blue cow's milk cheese from the Lombardy region of Italy. There are two varieties of Italian Gorgonzola, the young Gorgonzola Dolce, and this more aged option. Mountain Gorgonzola is tangy and firm with pronounceen melted down, Mountain Gorgonzola makes an interesting fondue for a true blue lover. If you are looking to add some unexpected elements to a cheese platter, Mountain Gorgonzola is a wonderful choice. Not only is it a bold cheese, but it pairs well with some unexpected ingredients. The classics like pears and nuts work, but peaches and raisins also mingle well with the flavor of Gorgonzola. If you are looking for a wine pairing, try champagne or a full bodied red wine.

    • ASIN: B00PM0WG8M

  • Mountain Gorgonzola - Whole Wheel (14 pound)

    From Italy's Lombardy region, we present Mountain Gorgonzola, a sharp and tangy cheese. Like many cheeses, this cheese takes its name from the local town where it was created, Gorgonzola, just south of Milan. There, a simple fresh cheese was made for generations, until a few forgotten wheels were found to have turned blue with mold. This edible mold was a natural part of the terroir, coming from the local caves of Valsassina. Upon tasting the moldy cheese, the local dairymen found it to be delicious, and allowed their wheels to go moldy on purpose. Thus Stracchino di Gorgonzola, Italy's most famous blue cheese, was born.Today the cheese is more well-known than the town, and not without reason. Made of cow's milk, this thick, sliceable blue has a fudgey texture and gentle blue bite. Not as sharp as Roquefort or as pungent as Stilton, Mountain Gorgonzola is a consistently delightful cheese that will convert even non-blue cheese eaters into fans. As it ages, the 14 lb drums of cheese are gently washed with a saltwater brine, allowing the cheese to stay moist and smooth. This also gives Mountain Gorgonzola its thin, pinkish-red rind. With its white interior laced with streaks of blue, Mountain Gorgonzola is an attractive table cheese and a savory ingredient in your favorite salad. Go...

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    • ASIN: B00B47DDUW

  • igourmet Mountain Gorgonzola DOP - Half Wheel (7 pound)

    From Italy's Lombardy region, we present Mountain Gorgonzola, a sharp and tangy cheese. With its white interior laced with streaks of blue, Mountain Gorgonzola is an attractive table cheese and a savory ingredient in your favorite salad. Or- try it the Italian way - on a plate drizzled with honey.Made from cow's milk.Whole form is 14 pounds.We cut and wrap this item by hand.

    • Brand: igourmet
    • ASIN: B072BYYKYM