Enjoy Grana Padano by Itself

Enjoy Grana Padano by Itself

 
Both versatile and delicate, it is perfect to accompany food in a balanced and light way.
It is also ideal as an appetiser, matched with fresh, light wines.
Are you planning to bake? Something au gratin?
Opt for the youngest vintage. The 9 to 16 months Grana Padano releases humidity more slowly. In fact, by forming a sort of protective layer, vapour slows down caramelisation, contributing to a uniform, perfect baking.
Making a sauce or a cream?​
The younger Grana Padano is also ideal for creamy recipes, as it melts completely when mixed with liquids.
Don’t you think your favourite dish would be perfect with a few flakes of cheese sprinkled over it?​
Try the harmonious, discreet flavour of the youngest vintage, ideal for salads, dips and fish or beef carpaccios.
Enjoy Grana Padano by Itself




With a distinctive character, strong yet never over powering, Grana Padano "over 16 months" is the perfect match for wines that are fresh and medium bodied.
Does your recipe require a perfect crispy wafer?
Thanks to it slow moisture, higher fat concentration and a good melting speed, a mature vintage of Grana Padano is the ideal choice for these kind of recipes.
What do you have in mind? A meat or vegetable stuffing? An omelette? A quiche? A focaccia?
Then go for the stronger flavour of the “over 16 months” vintage of Grana Padano. It will make all those dishes tastier, adding harmony and balance between all the ingredients without overpowering them.
Enjoy Grana Padano by Itself

 

With its strong flavour, rich with various, complex aromas, Grana Padano Riserva offers itself as the excellent choice.
It is truly a cheese to take time out and enjoy
Do you love cheese tasting?
“Riserva” is perfect when combined with aged balsamic vinegar and the usual accompaniments for cheese and salami platters: honeys, jams and fruit chutneys.
Intense, full-bodied wines, high in alcohol-content, also make perfect partners to “Riserva”.
“Riserva” is perfect when combined with aged balsamic vinegar and the usual accompaniments for cheese and salami platters: honeis, jams and fruit chutneys.
Intense, full-bodied wines, high in alcohol-content, also make perfect partners to “Riserva”. 
No starter is the same without a sprinkle of Grana Padano?
“Riserva” provides that magic touch which turns risotto, pasta and soups into something special.
The long ageing prevents the formation of unappealing lumps and stringiness.
No starter is the same without a sprinkle of Grana Padano?​
“Riserva” provides that magic touch which turns risotto, pasta and soups into something special. The long ageing prevents the formation of unappealing lumps and stringiness.

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