Made from pasteurized cow's milk
Country of origin: Italy
Region: Treviso, Veneto
Type: semi-hard, artisan
Rind: cloth wrapped
Flavour: fruity, nutty
Aroma: aromatic, strong
Producers: Moro Latteria di Moro Sergio
Synonyms: Ubriaco Riserva
Alternative spellings: Ubriaco Rosso
Ubriaco Rosso Piave (or simply Ubriaco Rosso) is made from pasteurized cow's milk, made by Moro Latteria di Moro Sergio, Veneto, Italy. The cheese is immersed for about two months in tuns full of red wine and then enclosed in linoleum towels and then aged from 6 to 10 months. This gives it a unique reddish-purple coloured rind and soft inside. It is a very tasty and strong aromatic cheese with an aftertaste of cherries and strawberries.
Ubriaco Riserva is another variant of Ubriaco Rosso Piave aged for 12 to 14 months that has a lumpy dough with an aftertaste of fermenting fruit.