Castelmagno is named after the Italian municipality in which it is produced. It is one of Italy’s ancient cheeses with historical records showing that it was used as currency centuries ago. This naturally bluing cow’s milk cheese is made with milk from two consecutive milkings and then aged in grottos for several months in the mountains. Castelmagno has Denomination of Protected Origin (DOP) status, which regulates every aspect of its production: a mark of Italy’s pride in this cheese. Its dense and crumbly texture reveals underlying flavors of lemon and blue.