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Take a Trip to Italy with this Pecorino Cheese Plate!

As temperatures plunge this season, we’re channeling the Mediterranean island of Sardinia with an all-pecorino cheese plate. These traditional Italian cheesesPecorino Romano PDO, Pecorino Sardo PDO and Fiore—are made from milk of sheep raised freely in very specific regions of Italy. Spruce up your platter to complement these complex wedges with pistachios, cured ham, and fig-almond cake.

DID YOU KNOW: Pecorino Romano, Pecorino Sardo, and Fiore Sardo cheeses are produced with 100 percent sheep’s milk following ancient traditions that shepherds still adhere to today. These cheeses benefit from a Protected Designation of Origin (PDO) label that certifies the highest quality guaranteed by their territory of origin. The production of Sardinian PDO cheese is the result of an unspoiled land, a long-standing dairy culture, and the work of a wise team of men. And of sheep.



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