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Capradoro

Capradoro

Sardinia is one of the least populated regions of Italy. Natural pastures cover more than half the area of this secluded Mediterranean island. Sheep and goats are widely raised on Sardinia's beautiful hilly interior where herbs such as rosemary, sage, myrtle and juniper grow wild. This is where Sardoformaggi (established in 1963) gets its milk for Capradoro. A rarity among Italian cheeses, Capradoro is an aged goat's milk cheese. This hard, flaky cheese has incredible floral notes and a refreshing lemony tang. A truly remarkable tasting goat cheese, Capradoro is excellent on a cheese board and suitable for grating or shredding.