Il Riccio

Il Riccio is a traditional Italian cheese that originates from the Veneto region in northern Italy. It is a soft, creamy cheese with a delicate flavor and a slightly tangy taste. This cheese can be found in various towns and communes in Veneto, including Asiago, Bassano del Grappa, and Marostica.

In Asiago, you can find Il Riccio at local cheese shops such as Caseificio Pennar and Latteria Perenzin. These shops offer a wide selection of cheeses, including Il Riccio, which is a popular choice among locals and tourists alike.

In Bassano del Grappa, you can find Il Riccio at Formaggeria Bassanese, a renowned cheese shop that specializes in high-quality Italian cheeses. They offer a variety of cheeses, including Il Riccio, which is highly recommended by cheese enthusiasts.

Marostica is another town in Veneto where Il Riccio can be found. Local shops like Latteria Sociale Marosticana and Caseificio Sociale Marostica are known for their selection of traditional Italian cheeses, including Il Riccio.

Il Riccio has been recognized with the PAT (Traditional Agri-Foodstuffs) recognition, which is a prestigious certification given to traditional Italian food products. This recognition ensures that the cheese is made using traditional methods and ingredients, preserving its authentic taste and quality.

Specifications of Il Riccio:
– Soft and creamy texture
– Delicate flavor with a slightly tangy taste
– Made using traditional methods and ingredients
– PAT (Traditional Agri-Foodstuffs) recognition

Sources:
– “Cheese Tipici Veneti” – www.agraria.org
– “I Cheese Veneti” – www.venetissimo.it