Ambrosi is an Italian dairy manufacturer devoted to preserving the traditions of making authentic Italian cheeses. Established in 1942, it has gone a long way from a mare butter factory to one of the most recognizable names in the Italian dairy industry.
What sets Ambrosi cheeses apart isn’t just the company owners’ devotion to preserving tradition (and their father’s good name); it’s doing so without compromising the quality of either ingredients or the product. Ambrosi’s vast and impressive cheese assortment includes ten types of DOP (Denominazione di Origine Protetta, or, in English, Protected Designation of Origin) cheeses that can only be made in specific areas and only by adhering to strict guidelines. Starting with Parmigiano Reggiano in the 1960s, Ambrosi Group expanded its production over the years to include traditional protected Italian cheeses like Pecorino Romano, Asiago (both young, Pressato, and aged, D’Allevo), Gorgonzola, and lesser-known gems like soft, smear-ripened Taleggio and smoked Scamorza.
Whether you’re already a connoisseur of Italian cheese and know your way around them, or you’re simply someone who loves cheese and is open to trying something new, you should give Ambrosi products a try. They’re an easy and accessible way to get acquainted with traditional flavors!