Dolcelatte Cheese, Soft, creamy Italian Blue Cheese
Meaning "sweet milk", Dolcelatte cheese is an extremely creamy, mild and slightly sweet Italian cheese, made as a milder and vegetarian version of Gorgonzola, it's delicious with figs, grapes and of course red wine. Spreadable on a cracker, Dolcelatte is great if you're not into a super strong blue but still like a nice bit of flavour.
Dolcelatte is made by the Galbani Company, invented as an export predominantly to the British market in the 1960's. Matured for only 2 to 3 months to keep it's gentle nature, it works really well in cooking too if you want a more subtle blue cheese in your sauce.