The product

Ricotta Borgoluce di Bufala grande

A new big format of the buffalo ricotta by Borgoluce
Country of origin:
Italy - Veneto
Type of Milk:
Raw Buffalo's milk
1,2 kg approx
Minimum order:
1 pieces
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Description Buffalo ricotta produced with the whey remaining after Mozzarella processing
Appearance It has a white colour with grayish reflections, is particularly compact but not dry
Taste Sweet, delicate, well balanced in salt and with intense lactic notes due to the use of self-made lactic starter which makes it unique
Maturing Not expected
Curiosity Borgoluce is a company that has made eco-sustainability and biodiversity its mission: 1.220 hectares of pastures, woods, farms, cultivated fields, vineyards, orchards, canals, mills, dairies. An intact environment, owned by the Collalto family from the 12th century
Our selection It is produced exclusively with the whey obtained after processing the mozzarella.The supply chain is very short: the milk processing takes place in the dairy next to the barn and it is completely traditional
Suggestions Try it in a finger food with basil pesto and confit tomatoes. For an original dessert serve it with layers of pear and chocolate and chopped hazelnuts. We recommend serve fresh but not cold
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Weight 1,2 kg approx
Packaging Wrapped in food papar
The producer

Borgoluce - Susegana (TV) - Veneto

Why we chose them
Eco-sustainability is a word with many meanings: attention, care, respect for natural resources. At Borgoluce, eco-sustainability is perceived as an asset. Borgoluce is an estate with 1,220 hectares, held by Collalto family since the XII century. An intact environment made of pastures, woodlands, farms, arable fields, vineyards, orchards, canals, mills, dairies. In past, this variety enabled the family to produce everything necessary for daily life. Today, this tradition remains: it is called biodiversity. Environmental responsibility pervades every activity and is expressed in the use of renewable sources for the agro-energy production. The energy comes from the by-products of woodlands, animal farms and plantations. Wood is burned by a biomass boiler, while a biodigester transforms animal dung and cereal silage into biogas, producing the electric energy used in the farm and the thermal energy that heats the buffalo sheds. Giuliana, Ninni and Caterina Collalto with her mother Trinidad and the husband of Caterina, Ludovico Giustiniani are committed to increase the value of this land, a unique heritage in Veneto
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