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Sweet or dolce Gorgonzola

This is a semisoft cheese, mild and buttery, with an ivory-yellow color and blue-green marbling.

Aged or naturale Gorgonzola

This cheese is firmer, and more assertive in flavor and aroma.

Mountain Gorgonzola

This variety is aged for 6 to 12 months; the longer aging produces an intense flavor, and a cheese with well-developed veins.

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