Fontina is an Italian cheese produced in the Aosta Valley, a little region in the North of Italy, since the 12th century.
It is a DOP artisanal cheese made with milk from cows cows raised free on the high mountain pastures.
This semi-soft cheese has a dark golden brown rind with a pale yellow interior dotted with tiny holes. Due to its excellent melting properties Fontina cheese is the perfect ingredient for an delicious Fondue.
Discover our Fontina cheese recipes and many ideas to use this incredible cheese.
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Fontina is a DOP cheese produced in the North Italian region of Valle d'Aosta, from raw whole milk of the local breed cow (Valdostana).