The art of cutting Parmigiano Reggiano

How to properly cut a wheel of Parmigiano Reggiano down to small wedges — by hand.
The art of cutting Parmigiano Reggiano

Chef Michele Casadei Massari

Our new US Brand Ambassador tells us about his love affair with Parmigiano Reggiano.
Chef Michele Casadei Massari

Part 1 : The beginning of a 900 year old journey

The history of Parmigiano Reggiano started over nine centuries ago.

Part 2: Parmigiano Reggiano is made in Italy.

The cheese must be made exclusively in a very specific region of Italy.
Part 1: The beginning of a 900 year old journey

Part 3: Traditional artisanal methods

The entire process uses only natural products and centuries-old artisanal methods

Part 4: Every wheel is aged at least 12 months

Parmigiano Reggiano undergoes a maturation process before it is tested to ensure its quality.

Part 5: Earning its markings is not easy

The cheese undergoes rigorous testing before being granted a DOP certificate

Part 6: Aging makes a definite differenc

Aging contributes to the distinctive flavor, complex aromas, and nutritional value.

Part 7: Not just delicious, quite nutritious too

Delicious, easy to digest, with a host of nutritional benefits and zero additives or preservatives.

Part 8: Parmigiano Reggiano is a masterpiece

This cheese is considered an important icon of Italian culinary heritage and tradition.