Toma Piemontese boasts being one of Italy’s oldest known cheeses, dating back to Roman times, and while the Toma-style cheeses are still prevalent throughout northern Italy, the Piemontese version became the first to receive a D.O.P. designation in 1996. Piedmont (Piemonte in Italian) is indeed a culinary-rich region, and its geography and climate are well suited to produce world-class cheeses. The Toma Piemontese you will have the opportunity to enjoy this month is from the province of Biella and made with milk from two consecutive milkings, contributing to its rich and pliable texture. It is then aged for five months on white pine boards.
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