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We’d like to congratulate all Gourm.it associates that won at Alma Caseus 2014.
Caseus is the National contest dedicated to the world of cheese, a competition conceived to add value to this great patrimony of Italian gastronomy through the relevant products and professionals.
- Parmigiano Reggiano > 2nd place to Caseificio Santa Rita for “Organic White Cow Parmigiano Reggiano 24 months”
- Formaggi emozione > 1st place to Latteria Perenzin for “formaggio di capra infossato”
- Formaggi emozione > Mention to Caseificio Pier Luigi Rosso for “Margot“
All the winners here
What’s Alma Caseus? Following the same pattern of International cheese-related contests, ALMA Caseus is the most detailed and complete one in Italy, as far as technical and professional skills are concerned. Cheese cutting and serving, origin, communication, quality and culture of product are equally important and taken into account in the contest. The third edition took place in collaboration with “Fiere di Parma” at CIBUS, the 17th International Food Salon (Parma, May 5th to 8th 2014).
Monday 5 May, 5 PM
Cibus in Parma, Pavillion 2 booth B055
A rare chance, meeting a unique product.
Borgo del Gazzano invites you to taste Parmigiano Reggiano 110 months old (production March 2005).
The sister wheel of this precious cheese won a Bronze medal at World Cheese Awards 2012.
During the aperitif we’ll be tasting also the 30 months old Parmigiano Reggiano, winner of a Silver Medal at World Cheese Awards 2013.
Contatti per informazioni:
Alfonso Minardi – firstname.lastname@example.org – 347 4874971
We are very glad to announce that a new producer has entered the big Gourm.it family: Agripiace!
Agripiace is a cooperative where many little organic farms from Piacenza come together.
Agripiace is in Bettola, near Emilian Appennino. Their land is unique, because its microclimate is affected by many factors: 70 kms from Tyrrhenian Sea, altitude is about 800 mts high, and below there’s Po Valley and its reservoir.
The race of bovine breed in this area guarantee fine cuts of meat and high-quality milk. Animals are raised in pastures, and than put into stables and fed using only organic feeding, based on hay and cereals.
Their masterpiece is an organic Grana Padano made without lysozyme. Lysozyme is a natural preservative, usually added to standard Grana Padano; this special kind of Grana Padano doesn’t need it thanks to cow’s very special feeding. Also, their high quality milk carries on all the scents and the perfumes from the mountains herbs contained into the hay.
Please come to visit us to Cibus in Parma, from 5 to 8 May 2014: Pavillion 2 Booth B 055, next to Arrigoni Battista
Gourm.it will be present with its staff and its products, in particular:
- Gorgonzola, Taleggio and more from Arrigoni Battista
- Red cows Parmigiano Reggiano from Grana d’oro
- Organic Parmigiano Reggiano from Borgo del Gazzano
- Traditional Parmigiano Reggiano from Bizzozzero
- Mustards and jams from Senga
- Emilian typical fresh cheeses from Mambelli
- and this year special new entry: Organic Grana Padano
Would you like to fix an appointment? Write to us!