The "Caseificio di Rumo" is an historical reality for Trentino's Cheese Group because here began producing Trentingrana. Trentingrana is a grana cheese produced since 1926, when Mr. Marchesi marrying a girl from Mantua, he learned the art of cheese-maker in the city of Mirandola.
He took control of the secrets of the trade, he bought the milk of dairy Cloz and turned it into a cheese that is first distributed in the province of Trento. But it is in the Rumo Dairy Farm, a cooperative founded in 1954, that the production of Trentingrana actually started.
Today the Dairy Rumo has 77 members. Most of these companies, that are members of the cooperative, are small farms family run, located at an altitude between 1000 and 1600 meters, which have small farms, from 3 to 25 cows.
The 9,000 Trentingrana forms produced every year in Rumo are recognizable not only for the marking with the TN319 toll that identifies the cheese factory, but also for the organoleptic characteristics of the cheese.
Today we offer a tasting of two ages in comparison: 24 and 36 months.