We had a terrific tour and tasting at this lovely family run cheese factory. Lovely guide with excellent English, (thanks Federica). And the cheese is to due for! 15 euro pp.
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We initially had a booking with Ciaolatte, but canceled and booked Corradi instead, and such a good choice we made. The diary is a small family business, they only produce 10 wheels a day but their aging room shelters more than 3000, so the smell...More
Outstanding tour, very friendly and welcoming family and staff. The whole family enjoyed the visit and the cheese was delicious.
I went here today with my mom and brother and was very impressed. It's a small 3rd generation family business. I coordinated the tour by emailing them about 2-3 weeks before (I emailed 4-5 different cheesemakers on the Parmeggiano Reggiano consortium website and Federica from...More
Make sure you book a tour ahead of time. We didn't do this but got lucky by being able to book for the next morning. The tour started at 0800 and it very informative. Our kids found it to be relatively stinky (and I agree)...More
We received a very warm welcome when we visited Casearia Corradi for a guided tour. The family is exceptionally kind and their Parmigiano Reggiano is delicious! This is a relatively small scale operation, with an emphasis on quality production. Having said that, there’s 4000 cheese...More
Our family recently visited Caseria Corradi cheese farm and had an absolutely great time. We were warmly greeted by Martina Corradi and her wonderful uncle, a third generation cheesemaker. Martina is an absolute delight and speaks English extremely well. I had arranged a tour and...More
If you love Parmigiano-Reggiano and don't mind getting away from the tourists this is for you! Angelo Corradi is a third generation cheesemaker and has been making Parmigiano-Reggiano here since the 1960's. I had made arrangements to visit the factory some months ago via email,...More