Parmigiano Reggiano PDO Vacche Rosse / Red Cows 6 Years 1 Piece 2.20 Lbs


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Parmigiano Reggiano Dop Vacche Rosse seasoned 6 Years


Directly from Parma:

- 1 Piece of Parmigiano Reggiano Pdo Vacche Rosse / Red Cows

Vacche Rosse / Red Cows vacuum packed, 2.20 Lbs / 1 Kg, matured 6 Years (72 Months). Extremely decided, flavours and aromas are even more intense, to titillate the palate of mature-cheese connoisseurs.

A fire-branded mark onto Parmigiano Reggiano by the Red Cows Consortium (cooperative that processes milk of the Reggiana Breed only) means the requirements of Pdo, the Protected Designation of Origin. It's made only with the essential and genuine ingredients: typical milk of the typical land, fire and rennet, with good old methods, with the art and wisdom of the Master cheese maker. It takes 14 liters of milk for one kilo of Parmigiano-Reggiano.
The Reggiana Breed
The Reggiana is a breed of cattle native to Northern Italy. The outstanding quality of Vacche Rosse milk, with its superior protein and casein content, is well-known and widely appreciated.


Red cow's milk, salt and rennet


milk and products thereof

Nutritional features:

It’s contains only 30% water and 70% nutrients: protein, vitamin, phosphorus, calcium and mineral. Quickly digested and easily assimilated, dieticians often recommend it for children and the elderly. Is also indicated for people who are lactose intolerant and, the fat content in the Parmigiano Reggiano is lower than most other cheeses.

Free of:

lactose, food additive

Expiration date:

4 months

How to store:

After opening a piece of Parmigiano Reggiano vacuum pack, the cheese must be stored at home in the refrigerator at a temperature between 4 and 8 C and kept in food-grade plastic film. It must keep clean the surface of the crust in order to prevent the emergence of mold.


Parmigiano Reggiano is a very versatile cheese it can be used in a different ways. As a condiment, added grated on Italian pasta, or salads. As a food, eaten in small chunks, simply accompanied with bread, wine, jams, traditional basamic vinegar or fruit like aperitive.