Bündner Bergkäse

Typical of the Grisons and no secret at all

A primal, natural original product made into cheese by hand according to a tried and tested recipe in selected dairies at above 1’000 metres altitude. Its first-class character only fully develops after the journey down into the valley and a... meer Chillon

Sbrinz AOP

Aromatic hard grating cheese from the heart of Switzerland.

Sbrinz AOP is a spicy hard grating cheese that has been made in Central... meer
Sbrinz AOP
Emmentaler AOP

Emmentaler AOP

The king of Swiss cheese. This celebrated cheese takes its name from the valley (“Tal”) of the river Emme in the canton of Bern, where production... meer

Bündner Bergkäse

Typical of the Grisons and no secret at all

A primal, natural original product made into cheese by hand according to a tried and tested recipe in selected dairies at above 1’000 metres altitude. Its first-class character only fully develops after the journey down into the valley and a ripening time of up to 9 months.

Typical of the Grisons and no secret at all

Bündner Bergkäse is made from pure, aromatic mountain milk in Alpine dairies at above 1’000 meters altitude.

Bündner Bergkäse
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Sbrinz AOP

Aromatic hard grating cheese from the heart of Switzerland.

Sbrinz AOP is a spicy hard grating cheese that has been made in Central Switzerland for hundreds of years.

Aromatic hard grating cheese from the heart of Switzerland.

Sbrinz AOP is a spicy hard grating cheese that has been made in Central Switzerland for hundreds of years. 32 selected cheese dairies in the valleys and up on the summer pastures produce the cheese every day from the finest-quality raw milk, rennet and salt. Sbrinz AOP is a completely natural product, without any additives. The aging also takes place in the region of origin.

Sbrinz AOP
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Emmentaler AOP

The king of Swiss cheese. This celebrated cheese takes its name from the valley (“Tal”) of the river Emme in the canton of Bern, where production of the cheese can be traced back to the 13th century.

The king of Swiss cheese

This celebrated cheese takes its name from the valley (“Tal”) of the river Emme in the canton of Bern, where production of the cheese can be traced back to the 13th century. Emmentaler AOP is made from fresh untreated milk from cows fed on grass and hay but not silage. It takes about 12 litres of milk to make one kilo of cheese. The use of any additives is prohibited, as is the use of genetically modified ingredients.

Emmentaler AOP
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