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The Alpine pasture

Situated between 1300 and 2200 meters in altitude, the Alpine pastures produce in the heart of summer a greatly reduced amount of amazing cheeses. For 125 years, our trade has been to know the places, the people, and the traditions, in order to select the best of the best of Italian cheese production.

Let us suggest a short itinerary for an outing in the hills of Val Bognanco, in Ossola, with the added dimension of a dairy experience. This walking tour starts from S. Bernardo, which may be reached by car. The hike takes about an hour and a half, though if you request permission you can do it by jeep. Follow the path leading to the Monscera pass, through which you can reach the Vallese Canton.

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The Alpine pasture

Situated between 1300 and 2200 meters in altitude, the Alpine pastures produce in the heart of summer a greatly reduced amount of amazing cheeses. For 125 years, our trade has been to know the places, the people, and the traditions, in order to select the best of the best of Italian cheese production.

Let us suggest a short itinerary for an outing in the hills of Val Bognanco, in ...Read more

From the artisan dairy

Follow us to get to know the producers of our cheeses: craftsmen from all the Italian regions who cultivate a centuries old craft.

The attention we pay to very typical cheeses leads us to personally deal with the various processing phases within our national territory. The images that foll ...Read more

Our season caves

A good cheese refiner is brought to light an extraordinary range of his knowledge of people, places, animals, for his theoretical competence and dexterity, but also the availability of another equally important requirement: the suitable ...Read more