Tomme de Gressoney: Tomme de Gressoney or tome de Gressoney (in Italian, toma di Gressoney) are the appellations of origin of a raw milk cheese from the Aosta Valley, originating in the upper Lys Valley, inhabited by the Walsers. In the Gressonard sub-dialect, titsch, this cheese is called kesch, which means “cheese”. The names designating this cheese are not subject to any official protection.
Description: It is originally a peasant alpine tomme, a paste ...
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