We all know Italy produces wonderful cheeses. But why is the variety so perplexingly wide? Why is mozzarella di bufala tart and a fior di latte mozzarella sweet? What accounts for the tenderness of a Pecorino Toscano and the brute forcefulness of a sheep's milk cheese from Sardinia? To fully understand the range of style and flavor of Italian cheese, one must understand the regional characteristics and culture. This class will provide a tasting tour of all the major cheese-producing regions of Italy. The cheeses will be paired with traditional wines and accompaniments that bring out the very best flavors of Italian cheese. Buon Gusto!
Time: 6:00 - 8:00pm
Date: Monday, March 9, 2020
Instructor: Amanda Parker
Location: This class will be held at our home in Ghirardelli Square.
Address: 900 North Point Street, SF CA 94109
In the notes section, please let us know if you have any gluten or nut allergies. We’ll do our best to accommodate.
Register for this Class
Register for this class by clicking "Add to Cart" below.
A 4% San Francisco Health Care Ordinance Fee will be applied to all of our classes, catering and platter purchases
Note: If the class is sold out, please click here to be placed on the waiting list. We'll notify you if any spots open up.