Each Italian region, city and village possess a vast array of typically local cheeses: each product represents the area’s deep cultural and farming heritage. There is no way to define an exact number: Italy churns, melts, pulls, stretches and ripens milk into virtually thousands of different products.
Let’s start with a list of the country’s most prominent products: an alphabetized list of Italy’s most famous cheeses, examined travelling down from the Alps to its deep, southernmost islands.
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Eleonora Baldwin is a TV host, freelance food and travel writer, and culinary connoisseur based in Rome, Italy. Her writing appears in several food and travel publications. Her shows “ABCheese” and “Uazz’america” are broadcast on Italian food network Gambero Rosso Channel. Her podcast “iCheese” is recorded live on the Radio Food Live network.