CHARCUTERIE

La Casara – Roncolato Romano

In the 1920s Ermenegildo Roncolato and sons Romano and Angelo, started a rotating dairy. In 1964, Romano took over the Caseificio Sociale di Roncà and turned it into a small cheese-making business. At the same time a heavy pig farm was started, the stock fed with cheese manufacturing by-products. Today, in addition to cheese made from local cow and goat milk (flagships are PDO Monte Veronese and the Ubriachi line), the company also makes traditional Veneto charcuterie including soppressa, speck and hand-processed hams aged in a natural cellar.

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