Grana Padano is the best-selling PDO cheese in the world. The culture of wellness is an intrinsic part of the production chain of this unique, inimitable cheese.
Thanks to its versatility, Grana Padano cheese enables everyone to become more creative in the kitchen. Be inspired by our suggestions.
For over sixty years, the Grana Padano Protection Consortium has united producers, maturing companies and distributors of our cheese, guaranteeing compliance with the traditional recipe and its characteristic high quality in every single cheese wheel produced.
Protecting Grana Padano also means promoting its image. This is why the Consortium promotes many activities aimed at spreading the culture of this cheese worldwide, through advertising campaigns, events and other initiatives.
Grana Padano is produced in a sustainable way. The Grana Padano Protection Consortium is comitted to managing its impact responsibly, engaging the consumer, the community in which it operates and the entire production chain.
Friselle Pugliesi with Grana Padano mousse and cherry tomatoes salad, Starters, recipes with italian cheesehttps://www.granapadano.it/en-ww/starters-friselle-pugliesi-with-grana-padano-mousse-and-cherry-tomatoes-salad.aspxAlthough nowadays you can find already baked friselle quite easily in a lot of shops (very convenient, don’t blame you), you can attempt to make them from scratch by following my recipe below, where I’ve swapped anchovies and capers for a more indulgent Grana Padano cheese mousse.
Caseari Dall' Aglio Snc, grana padano, Production siteshttps://www.granapadano.it/en-ww/caseari-dall-aglio-snc.aspxThe cheese produced here is aged in the nearby ageing storehouse and is then sold to restaurants in the Parma and Piacenza areas, to wine shops and specialist food shops, and some wheels are also sent abroad, to France, Britain and Holland. They also sell directly to the public through the dairy shop where the customers are given detailed [...]
Brunello di Montalcinohttps://www.granapadano.it/en-ww/brunello-di-montalcino.aspxIt is fairly easy to source in both wine shops and at large-scale retailers.
Trento Brut Rosè Riservahttps://www.granapadano.it/en-ww/trento-brut-rose-riserva.aspxIt is fairly easy to source in both wine shops and at large-scale retailers.
Castelli di Jesi Verdicchio Riservahttps://www.granapadano.it/en-ww/castelli-di-jesi-verdicchio-riserva.aspxIt is fairly easy to source in both wine shops and at large-scale retailers.
Sicilia Nero D'Avolahttps://www.granapadano.it/en-ww/sicilia-nero-davola.aspx It is fairly easy to source in both wine shops and at large-scale retailers.
Cerasuolo d'Abruzzohttps://www.granapadano.it/en-ww/cerasuolo-dabruzzo.aspxIt is fairly easy to source in both wine shops and at large-scale retailers.
Biocaseificio Tomasoni di Tomasoni Massimo & C. SNC, grana padano, Production siteshttps://www.granapadano.it/en-ww/tomasoni-flli-snc.aspxThese are sold directly to customers at the dairy shop, skilfully run by Massimo’s mum, but most go to community buying groups mainly based in the Milan area.
Dolcetto d'Albahttps://www.granapadano.it/en-ww/dolcetto-dalba.aspxIt is fairly easy to source in both wine shops and at large-scale retailers.
Franciacorta Brut Satènhttps://www.granapadano.it/en-ww/franciacorta-brut-saten.aspxIt is fairly easy to source in both wine shops and at large-scale retailers.