Asiago Cheese, PDO, Aged 30 Days, Imported from Italy, Approx. Weight

Asiago Cheese, PDO, Aged 30 Days, Imported from Italy, Approx. Weight 7 oz (198 g)

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SKU: SR-SE-IT-55

Fresh Asiago Cheese (aged 30 days) by Vantia comes straight from the Italian Alps. Cows that graze mountainous and lush pastures of the Trentino Region make rich, quality milk that makes this one-of-a-kind cheese. Semi-soft in texture, this cut has a mild, delicately milky flavor. This product has a PDO (Protected Designation of Origin), which means it was made by trained artisans in the region of Asiago's origin, using only local ingredients and traditional, age-old methods. 

Much like the invention of other types of cheeses, the discovery of Asiago came about as humans constantly looked for ways to store their milk to ensure its constant availability. Similarly, Asiago originated in the alpine area of Asiago Plateau, along the regions of Veneto and Trentino-Alto Adige, when the locals used the milk from cows (initially, it was sheep) who graze on the mountains to invent this Italian staple. This mountain cheese can vary by age. For example, Asiago Pressato is aged for just 20 days, giving it a more soft texture and a mild flavor. If you are looking for Asiago's firmer, sharper version, try Asiago D'allevo, which is much "older" and has been aged up to 2 years. You can find the world's best asiago cheese in our curated collection at Yummy Bazaar.

Fresh Asiago Cheese is brought to you by Vantia, Musco Food's private label. Musco Food is a family-run company that has been importing and distributing specialty food since 1926. Founded by the Sicilian family, it is no surprise that they launched Vantia, a label focused on distributing high-quality Italian cheese. Maintaining strong ties with producers throughout Italy, Vantia developed an extensive portfolio and soon became a household name throughout the Northeast of the United States. Visit our online Italian grocery shop to uncover a wide variety of choices if you want to learn more about genuine Italian brands such as Vantia!

Asiago cheese can be served with honey and fresh or dried fruit. Asiago is also superb with a lush green salad and a tomato pesto sandwich.

Please note that weight is approximate. Kindly bear in mind that weights can be a 2-oz difference above or below the posted weight. As a result, the price is averaged out.

Due to the perishable nature of the product, we do not accept returns. 


  • Ingredients: Pasteurized cow’s milk, salt, rennet, surface treated with natamycin. Contains milk. Rind not edible
  • Product Weight: 7 oz (198 g) 1-2 oz variations
  • Product of Italy
WARNING: Consuming this product can expose you to chemicals including acrylamide, which is known to the State of California to cause cancer. For more information go to www.P65Warnings.ca.gov/food.

Fresh Asiago Cheese (aged 30 days) by Vantia comes straight from the Italian Alps. Cows that graze mountainous and lush pastures of the Trentino Region make rich, quality milk that makes this one-of-a-kind cheese. Semi-soft in texture, this cut has a mild, delicately milky flavor. This product has a PDO (Protected Designation of Origin), which means it was made by trained artisans in the region of Asiago's origin, using only local ingredients and traditional, age-old methods. 

Much like the invention of other types of cheeses, the discovery of Asiago came about as humans constantly looked for ways to store their milk to ensure its constant availability. Similarly, Asiago originated in the alpine area of Asiago Plateau, along the regions of Veneto and Trentino-Alto Adige, when the locals used the milk from cows (initially, it was sheep) who graze on the mountains to invent this Italian staple. This mountain cheese can vary by age. For example, Asiago Pressato is aged for just 20 days, giving it a more soft texture and a mild flavor. If you are looking for Asiago's firmer, sharper version, try Asiago D'allevo, which is much "older" and has been aged up to 2 years. You can find the world's best asiago cheese in our curated collection at Yummy Bazaar.

Fresh Asiago Cheese is brought to you by Vantia, Musco Food's private label. Musco Food is a family-run company that has been importing and distributing specialty food since 1926. Founded by the Sicilian family, it is no surprise that they launched Vantia, a label focused on distributing high-quality Italian cheese. Maintaining strong ties with producers throughout Italy, Vantia developed an extensive portfolio and soon became a household name throughout the Northeast of the United States. Visit our online Italian grocery shop to uncover a wide variety of choices if you want to learn more about genuine Italian brands such as Vantia!

Asiago cheese can be served with honey and fresh or dried fruit. Asiago is also superb with a lush green salad and a tomato pesto sandwich.

Please note that weight is approximate. Kindly bear in mind that weights can be a 2-oz difference above or below the posted weight. As a result, the price is averaged out.

Due to the perishable nature of the product, we do not accept returns. 


  • Ingredients: Pasteurized cow’s milk, salt, rennet, surface treated with natamycin. Contains milk. Rind not edible
  • Product Weight: 7 oz (198 g) 1-2 oz variations
  • Product of Italy
WARNING: Consuming this product can expose you to chemicals including acrylamide, which is known to the State of California to cause cancer. For more information go to www.P65Warnings.ca.gov/food.
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