South Tyrolean goat's cheese Marerhof approx. 600 gr. of the Marerhof Innichen - Puster Valley
We offer you here a form of real goat's cheese approx. 600 gr., made goat's milk, rennet and salt of the Marerhof in Innichen in the nice High Puster Valley
The Marerhof lies on 1.175 m at the foot of the Haunold mountain in Innichen/San Candido. Here sheep and nanny goats live on juicy mountain grass and spicy hay of the solar-spoilt meadows. In the Marerhof they renounce completely silage. And as excellently as the feed is also their raw milk which they return to the people.
A real natural product, purely preservatives and fully in the taste. The best conditions for a particular cheese.
The love to the mountainous country economy is also reflected in the processing of the precious raw milk. In the small cheese dairy in the Marerhof the fresh-milked milk is processed competently and warmed up on maximum 36 °. The cheese production takes place after strict quality criterions and is inspected by the South Tyrolean Cheese Dairy Union regularly. Modern processing methods pair off with old-traditional cheese recipes. However, these remain a secret- Since only on the particular taste counts.
Nanny goats and sheep chese of the Marerhof count to the saneliest food of their form. In the in-house humid-cool cheese cellar the cheese loaves mature 4 to 6 weeks into the perfect lusciousness.
On sale all cheese is packed airtight - under gap. Thus we guarantee for full quality and a safe transport at your home.
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