Antica Formaggieria Pecorino Romano 24kg

Product Profile:

Name Antica Formaggieria Pecorino Romano
Codes 14817
Producer Antica Formaggieria
Origin Italy
Milk Stock Sheep
Rennet Type   
Average Fat Content  32% approx. 
Format Large wheel cut to requirment
Size 24kg approx.
Minimum Order 1kg cut (approx.) 
Qty Per Box Single wheel per box 

Pecorino is a generic name given to Italian cheeses made from pure sheep’s milk. Each type is characteristic of a specific area and/or of a particular breed of sheep. Pecorino Romano has been made in the countryside around Rome for centuries, with production spreading (later) into Sardinia to keep up with demand in the export market.

Made between November and late June, when the sheep graze freely on the natural pastures, Pecorino Romano is much larger than other pecorino’s. It must be pressed and takes 8 to 12 months to mature, during which time it develops its characteristic flavour; saline with a fruity tang that steadily becomes more robust as it matures.




servings per pack: Varies              serving size: 28g     
  per serve per 100g
Energy  461kj 1541kj
Protein  7g 25g
Fat, Total  9g 32g
  - Saturated  5g 18g
Carbohydrates 1g 3.5g
  - Sugars  0g 0g
Sodium  560mg 2000mg
Ingredients: Ewes’ milk, salt, rennet, cultures.

Information for this profile sourced from AOAP Staff & Calendar Cheese Co.


Copyright Australia on a Plate 2007 |