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Castello® Gorgonzola

Castello® Gorgonzola


Gorgonzola is an Italian cow's milk cheese named after the town Gorgonzola which is outside of Milan. The cheese dates back to the 9th century, with the blue-green mold developing accidentally sometime around the 11th century. As with most blue-veined cheeses, Gorgonzola was originally aged in caves and the blue veins of mold developed from spores naturally present in the caves. Today, again like most blue-veined cheeses, the mold culture is mixed right in with the curds in the cheese-making process to maintain consistent standards. The texture is rich and creamy and with a mild and earthy ‘blue bite’ characteristic with blue-veined cheeses.

Castello® Gorgonzola

Nutritional information per 100g

Ingredients: Pasteurized milk, Cream, Salt, Bacterial culture, Calcium chloride, Microbial enzyme, Penicillium roqueforti.

- 330 kcal Energy
33.3 g Fat
20 g Saturated fat
3.3 g Carbohydrates
0 g Sugar
20 g Protein
0.9 g Salt