Balsamic BellaVitano Cheese

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Approx. Weight: 5.3 oz.
Your Price: $5.98
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Avg. Rating:(6 ratings)
Gourmet-Food Fast Facts
CountryUnited States
StateWisconsin
MilkCow
Pasteurized MilkYes
Vegetarian RennetYes
TextureFirm
Award WinnerYes

Balsamic BellaVitano is a twist on BellaVitano Gold: an award-winning firm cheese from Wisconsin, made in the style of Parmesan and inspired by other hard Italian cheeses. This version is soaked with aged Modena balsamic vinegar which gives the exterior a rich color. By soaking each wheel, the balsamic glaze imparts fruit and tangy notes into the cheese.

So good, it's won numerous awards in US and World cheese competitions.

Pair with Chardonnay, Pinot Noir, Asti Spumanti and Sherry and more. If you’re a beer lover, Weizen, Weizenbock, Smoked Porters or Pale Ales all pair well. Enjoy with some warm crusty bread, or grated on your next meal.


Ingredients:Bellavitano cheese (pasteurized milk, cheese culture, salt, enzymes), balsamic vinegar.
Reviews
This cheese is the secret ingredient in my husbands world famous mac & cheese. Ok, it's famous in our circle of friends, but they all have mature pallets!

This cheese gives life! Can't find it locally anymore. Thanks Gourmet-Food.com!

The best cheese I've had in a long time. Bought it at Nelson's Cheese factory in Nelson, WI. Highly recommend!

Wanted to try this cheese since I haven't got to enjoy many fancier cheeses (cheddar and mozzarella are typical in my house), but this cheese hasn't disappointed! It's wonderful with some crackers and even melted on some toast or rolls!


I got a wedge of this at the local Publix supermarket a few months ago and have been looking for more ever since. We had it as part of a meat and cheese meal at home with Genoa salami, other things, and a small dish of aged balsamic vinegar for dipping. It's consistency is almost that of a hard aged cheese but only slightly softer. The flavor is mellow and nutty with an almost smokey background of balsamic vinegar. To me it has a medium-mild aged character. We enjoyed it with a few beers on my side and a couple of glasses of wine on hers and our conversation kept coming back to how surprisingly good this cheese is. Serve with a dish of balsamic vinegar and salty meat for best match. Highly recommend this one.