Caseificio Longo

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• Dairy products

Meet the producer

For seven decades, Caseificio Longo has epitomized the essence of traditional cheesemaking, harmoniously blending age-old recipes passed down through generations with modern sensibilities.

Nestled in the picturesque Canavese valleys of Bosconero in northern Piedmont, this family-run establishment thrives in an area renowned for its natural beauty and culinary artistry.

Beyond just their rich heritage, what sets Caseificio Longo apart is their unwavering dedication to authenticity. They craft their cheeses from 100% Piedmontese milk, ensuring an unparalleled genuine flavor.

Their commitment doesn't end at crafting exceptional cheeses; it extends to sustainable practices, ensuring a harmony between their artisanal methods and the environment.

Merging time-honored traditions with contemporary approaches, their meticulous attention to consumer feedback has fostered growth and respect.


  • Dairy Products

When give their best

  • Aperitivo
  • Lunch
  • Dinner

The perfect match

"Tomino a Rotolo Verde o Rosso" pair well with crusty bread, fresh fruits like figs or grapes, and nuts like walnuts or hazelnuts. They can also be enjoyed melted on top of roasted vegetables or in a salad.

"Cuor di Tomino", a heart-shaped cheese, is a delightful addition to any cheese plate or charcuterie board. They pair well with sliced apples or pears, honey or fig spread, and crackers or breadsticks.

"Seirass Reale", a traditional Piedmontese cheese, is best enjoyed with honey, fresh berries, or drizzled with balsamic glaze. It is also delicious when melted on top of pasta dishes or grilled vegetables.

Whether enjoyed on its own or combined with other ingredients, grilling the "Tomino del Boscaiolo" enhances its taste and creates a delightful experience. From topping grilled vegetables to melting into a pasta dish, this cheese truly comes alive when it meets the grill.

"Paglierina" is a versatile option. It pairs well with fresh vegetables like cherry tomatoes, cucumber slices, and carrots. It also complements cured meats like prosciutto or bresaola. Enjoy it on a cheese platter with some crusty bread or use it as a topping for salads or sandwiches.

"Cubotti di Toma in olive oil" can be enjoyed alongside crusty bread, fresh or dried fruits, and nuts. It also pairs well with cured meats like prosciutto or salami, as well as with olives, peppers, anchovies, capers, and truffles.

"Tomini Freschi in olive oil" is a perfect match for a green salad, where it can be used as a topping or incorporated into a dressing. It also pairs well with antipasto ingredients like olive verde, chili, anchovies, capers, and truffles.


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Caseificio Longo 
Via Leonardo da Vinci, 43 
10086 Rivarolo Canavese (TO) 

20/09/2023 - 16:08

Aggiornato il: 20/09/2023 - 16:08