The name derives from a Piemontese dialect term indicating ‘weathered brick’.
The name of this raw cow’s milk cheese derives from the Piedmontese dialect term for the sole of a shoe, owing to its wide flat shape.
The name for this cheese in Piedmontese dialect signifies ‘big head’.
This is a small cheese made by hand from raw cow’s milk.
The name of this cheese in Piedmontese dialect means ‘big loaf’ which is what the intact cheeses resemble.
This is a small, yet very flavoursome cheese with a delightfully soft texture.
The name (‘the strange one’) describes this cheese’s unusually irregular ‘seated’ shape.
This cheeses possesses a deliciously crumbly texture, typical of some of the Cuneo area’s rarer cheeses.
This ‘little tuma’ is made using raw cow’s milk and vegetable rennet extracted from thistles.