Asiago Cheese

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  • TextureHard
  • FlavorButtery/nutty
  • PairingsRed WineWhite WineBeer

What is Asiago cheese? Italian with a Wisconsin accent

Italian-style Asiago cheese tastes mild and buttery when young, changing to sharp and nutty when aged—similar to a cross between aged Cheddar and Parmesan. Likewise, its texture changes from elastic and firm to hard and granular with age. Serve as a table cheese; shred or grate into cooked dishes.


Wine:Beaujolais, cabernet sauvignon, chardonnay, Chianti, Madeira, malbec, merlot, moscato, pinot noir, riesling, sauvignon blanc, sherry, syrah/shiraz, tempranillo
Beer:Amber ale, American pale ale, Belgian (Trappist) ale, nut brown ale, porter, Scotch ale