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Cheese Merchants of America sources the finest quality Asiago Cheese made in Wisconsin. Our Asiago is aged for a minimum of six months, providing a sweet, slightly tangy and pleasant flavor. Asiago is widely used as a garnish or salad topping and is becoming a favorite choice for cheese platters and delis around the world.

  • AGED: Minimum of six months or more prior to grating/shredding/shaving and packaging

  • COLOR: Off white to creamy white with a yellowish tint

  • FLAVOR: Sweet, slightly tangy and pleasant with a clean finish

  • AROMA: Typical clean dairy flavor; free from strong, stale, rancid or foreign odors

  • INGREDIENTS: Pasteurized Cow’s Milk, Cheese Cultures, Salt, Enzymes. If grated shredded or shaved, Anti-caking agent may be added.

  • SHELF LIFE: Varies per item.

  • ANALYTICAL: 35% Moisture, 45% Fat on a Dry Basis




  • Grated: (4)-5lb bags, (2)-5lb bags, (100)-10lb bags

  • Shredded/Shaved: (4)-5lb bags, (2)-5lb bags

  • Bulk Grated: 20lb box, 25lb box, 50lb box

  • Asiago Wheel: 20lb random weight wheel, half wheel, quarter wheel, 20lb random weight black wax wheel, 8-10 oz random weight wedges 


  • Asiago cheese originated in Italy and can assume many different textures, according to its aging, from smooth for the fresh, to a crumbly texture for the aged Asiago cheese.  In Italy, Asiago cheese has a protected designation of origin.  The only "official" Italian Asiago is produced in the alpine area of the town of Asiago, province of Vicenza, in the Veneto region. 

  • Today, most Asiago cheese found in the USA is domesticaly produced using cow's milk.  An aged Asiago cheese is reminiscent of sharp cheddar and Parmesan


  • Our Cucina Andolina Asiago cheeses are produced in the finest Wisconsin cheese plants.   Our Asiago is a Medium Asiago,  aged a minimum of 6 months. 

  • GMO Free and Gluten Free

  • Allergen: CONTAINS MILK

  • Trans Fat Free per serving

  • Non-Kosher

  • Product pack date is stamped on flexible barrier poly-bag and on corrugated box.  An A is in front of the pack date which represents Cheese Merchants of America.  The product pack date is the lot code and serves all traceability purposes. 

  • Product may be shipped/stored in temperatures between 33-55 degrees Fahrenheit for periods NOT TO EXCEED 72 hours.  For shipping/storage of 72 hours of more, product must be refrigerated between 33-45 degrees Fahrenheit.  Any deviations from these guidelines may affect the product quality/integrity.  Cheese Merchants of America is NOT responsible for product that is NOT shipped/stored within the specified guidelines as stated above. 

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