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The Red Cows Consortium gathers the breeders of Red Cows of Reggiana's breed, a breed with a very ancient origin, arrived in our territories with Longobards around the year one thousend. From the milk of the Red Cows of Reggiana's breed is derived...more
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Via Fratelli Rosselli 41/2, 42123, Reggio Emilia, Italy
We booked a tour about 4 weeks in advance and Tomaso greeted us at the entrance. His tour was fun and thorough. We were able to see all stages of parmigiano reggiano during the 2 hour visit and taste a couple samples at the end....More
The consortium of the red cow has a funny name but there's nothing funny about the product being made here. The flavours here are phenomenal and the staff are friendly and extremely helpful. If you have the time, take a tour and learn all you...More
Date of experience: November 2017
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ConsVaccheRosse, Social media manager at Consorzio Vacche Rosse, responded to this reviewResponded 15 January 2018
Many thanks to you John! It was a pleasure to host you in our dairy! We are happy to read that you really appreciated our products. Thanks for coming, we hope to see you again!
We went as a family to see how their parmigiano is made. Usually they require a reservation but they showed us around anyway. The guide was extremely nice, polite and the tour was very informative and interesting. It was a great experience throughout. You could...More
Totally a waste of time. I'd been looking forward to visiting this place for months. We called to see if we could join a tour within a few days and were told no they were too busy, but that's fair enough as they do say...More
I went on a fun an educational tour here. There was an english translator for their old professor. It was interesting to learn about the process and to get to taste what cheese last like as it goes through the process. At the end, their...More
The old professor at the factory only speaks Italian, but there's a English translator if you book the tour early. The professor is very detailed and share with us his knowledge and passion in cheese at every stage of the making. It's a pity we...More
Impressive ans enthusiastic guided tour through the parmiggioano factory, explaining why the real parmiggiano cheese is a quality guarantee, only natural indigredients are used, and predefined traditional processes are strictly used for healthy and best best tasting products. Parmggiano and other products can be bought...More
Date of experience: June 2015
TheDarkMist, Responsabile relazioni pubbliche at Consorzio Vacche Rosse, responded to this reviewResponded 21 July 2015
Thank you for your review. We hope to have you again here in the future!