Crucolo cheese is a semi-hard cheese made at Rifugio Crucolo in Trentino, Italy. The cheese takes its name from a restaurant named Rifugio Crucolo. It is a unique cheese with a sweet and savoury taste which is matured for two months. During the maturation process, the wheels are turned and wetted frequently. The cheese has a buttery texture with irregular holes throughout the wheel of the cheese. It is available in three varieties namely Dolce (sweet), Saporito (savoury) and Al Vino (wine-flavoured). It is a table cheese that can be eaten with olives and hazelnuts.