Grana Padano Cheese PDO


Grana Padano has an hard texture, with barely visible small holes and a circular, finely grained structure that breaks into slivers when cut with a knife.

There are 3 ages:

  1. between 9 and 16 months. Delicate taste with a remarkable milky flavour; soft textured, pale straw-coloured cheese, which hasn’t yet acquired the grainy structure typical of Grana Padano; ideal is as a table cheese, excellent when grated; highly versatile, ideal for eating regularly and everyday cooking.
  2. more than 16 months. Tasty but not overpowering, with an aroma of hay and dried fruit; marked straw-coloured, grainy texture with evidence of calcium lactate crystals and flaky structure; excellent table cheese, ideal for grating; perfect for the enthusiastic cooks who are always looking for that elusive “magic touch”.
  3. between 20 to over 24 months. Rich, full in flavour, yet never overpowering; the taste is both fragrant and delicate at the same time, with notes of butter, hay and dried fruit; intense, uniform straw-coloured cheese, with a clear grainy texture, a marked presence of calcium lactate crystals and a flaky structure; superb both as a table and grated cheese; ideal for feasts and special occasions, the cheese of choice for true connoisseurs.

Grana Padano is a PDO cheese. The production area is: Emilia Romagna, Lombardia, Piemonte, Veneto e Trentino-Alto Adige.

Product details

Line/s: Cheeses

Main features:

  • Historical product
  • Strong territorial characterization
  • Quality control guaranteed by the Consortium.

Packaging: Pieces weighing from 500 gr to 1.5 kg in vacuum-sealed bags. Whole wheel available upon request.

Ingredients: Milk, salt and calf rennet, together with lysozyme. For allergic consumers: milk ad derivatives egg.

Nutrition facts: 100 gr of Grana Padano contain: Water: 32 gr Total Protein: 33.0 gr Fat: 29 gr Calories: 398 Kcal

Expiration: 6 months from date of packaging

Storage: Store in a cool place, from 0° to 8°, away from heat sources.

Recommendations for use: In flakes, grated on pasta, with combined dishes.

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