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Sottocenere Al Tartufo

Sottocenere Al Tartufo

Sottocenere al Tartufo is a truffle-infused Italian cheese made with pasteurized cow's milk in the northern region of Veneto. Its name meaning "under ash", is derived from the layer of ash that covers the cheese as it ages.

It is a pale yellow, semi-soft cheese. Black truffles are added in the paste which is then aged in ash. A green leaf and spices like nutmeg, coriander, cinnamon, liquorice, cloves, and fennel on the rind retain the aroma of the cheese.

Just the Facts

Milk Type: Cow

Milk Treatment: Raw

Cheese Texture: Semi-Hard


Country of Origin: Italy

Uses & Pairings


A wonderful Italian cheese for a special occasion. Try serving it at the end of the meal with a bit of honey or a dark sweet fruit compote. The flavour of the truffles will be the perfect complement to a satisfying meal.


Pair it with a small glass of grappa. This digestif will be a wonderful match to a very complex cheese.

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