A creamy young blue cheese
Where’s it from?
Lombardia & Piedmont, Italy
Our gorgonzola is made to a special recipe that requires more blue culture and less aging, leading to a creamy, voluptuous cheese with a melt-in-the-mouth texture and sharp, spicy tangs throughout
Is it safe to eat Gorgonzola Dolce while pregnant?
Yes, Gorgonzola is a pasteurised cheese
Do you have Gorgonzola for sale?
Yes, we normally expect to have Gorgonzola Dolce in our Somerset Deli and at our market stalls
Is Gorgonzola a “smelly cheese”?!
Although they are runny and sharp Gorgonzola are not considered to be ‘smelly cheese’ like a Stinking Bishop or a Rebel Monk.
Is Gorgonzola an artisan cheese?
Our gorgonzola is made using protected methods and milk from a set geographical area so yes it is considered an artisan cheese, although more commercially available goegonzola are made in factories.
Would Gorgonzola be good in a cheese hamper?
We recommend a balanced mix of cheeses in the best cheese hamper, such as a cheddar, a firm blue, a runny blue, a brie, a goats cheese and a ewe’s cheese, plus some crackers, chutneys and if you really want to push the boat out a bottle of Somerset wine or two.
Is Gorgonzola a vegetarian cheese?
Yes, gorgonzola dolce is a vegetarian cheese