Lighter and softer than Gorgonzola Piccante, this cheese is still rich and creamy. It has sour cream and tangy notes, yet is sweet, mild and buttery with a hard, inedible rind.
An intense, full-bodied wine is the right match for a Gorgonzola. Try this Gorgonzola Dolce with the Salento, Malvasia Nera 2018 that’s packed with ripe red fruits.
About the producer
Gorgonzola Dolce takes its name from a small town in Lombardy near Milan where it was first produced. We’re proud to get ours from The Fine Cheese Co.
How to enjoy
This rich cheese needs careful balancing, so we like to drizzle ours with something sweet like acacia honey. It’s also soft and spreadable, making it a more versatile Gorgonzola.