Casolèt

Typical of the Val Camonica, this cheese is prepared in various formats: squares, triangles or even as the ‘Camuno Rose’ – a recurrent symbol of the famous prehistoric graffiti from the Val Camonica.*
*’Camuno’ refers to the ancient inhabitants of the Val Camonica
Typical of the Val Camonica, this cheese is prepared in various formats: squares, triangles or even as the ‘Camuno Rose’ – a recurrent symbol of the famous prehistoric graffiti from the Val Camonica.*
*’Camuno’ refers to the ancient inhabitants of the Val Camonica

Organoleptic characteristics

Aspect and texture
ivory or yellow, compact paste with rare holes
Taste
milky and sweet
Serving suggestions
White wines. Marrow chutney. Fresh fruit (Passacrassana pears). Black rye bread and polenta.

Technical characteristics

Milk
skimmed, raw or pasteurised, cow’s milk
Production method
artisan
Paste
cooked
Salting
in brine
Ripening
at least 60 days
Production period
throughout the year
Fats
35 % F-Dm
Weight
1.5-2.5 kg
Dimensions
variable
Producers
dairies from the Val Camonica
Codice forma
n.d.
Codice tagliato
n.d.

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