Parmigiano Reggiano, Grana Padano, Doronico

Only high quality cheeses

Parmigiano Reggiano PDO, Grana Padano PDO, Pecorino Romano PDO, Doronico and other similarly textured, aged Italian and foreign cheeses are selected by Campirossi in Italy and where they are made, so they all comply with the highest quality standards.


This is the flagship product of the Campirossi range. It is selected from the area where the product is made in the mountains of the province of Reggio Emilia and is also available in an organic version.

The aged cheeses available include:

  • Parmigiano Reggiano 12 months: perfect in fresh seasonal green salads, along with some extra virgin olive oil. It is an essential ingredient for your kitchen, when grated it gives taste and flavour to savoury tarts, baked vegetables and many other traditional recipes, such as aubergine parmigiana.
  • Parmigiano Reggiano 18 months: offers a rather pronounced milky base, accompanied by vegetal notes. It goes perfectly with raw vegetables, such as celery and cherry tomatoes. To bring out its delicate flavour, it is delicious with milder fruit preserves made, for example, with kiwi or melon. It is best served with a glass of dry white wine.
  • Parmigiano Reggiano 24 months: offers the perfect balance between sweet and savoury, with a crumbly and grainy texture. It goes perfectly with most main dishes, soups and vegetable bisques, either grated on top or in flakes. It is perfect when paired with well-structured red wines, or try cutting it into cubes for an unusual, tasty addition to your fruit salads.
  • Parmigiano Reggiano 30 months: this cheese has the richest nutritional content and is therefore drier, more crumbly and grainy. It has a bolder flavour with spicy and nutty overtones. It goes well with full-bodied and well-structured red wines or equally with sweet white wines. Try the perfect combination of this cheese with balsamic vinegar from Modena or with honey.


Hailed as the main star of Italian gastronomy around the world, this cheese is packaged in the area of Mantua by a historical farm which has been working in partnership with us for years.


This is the oldest and most famous Italian sheep cheese. Despite its name, its area of origin is not just Lazio but also includes Sardinia and this cheese is selected right from this sunny Mediterranean island. Even with the available innovations brought in by dairy technology, the production process of Pecorino Romano has remained unchanged, using the same natural method as centuries ago.


Doronico is a hard cheese made from cow’s milk in the Bavarian Alps and aged in Italy. Doronico is made according to a traditional dairy process typical of the more popular hard cheeses. Doronico is made from pure milk and traditional processing for a surprisingly good taste.