Ubriaco di Raboso is a wine-soaked cow’s milk cheese that is made only in the Treviso region of Italy. The English translation of ubriaco is drunk or drunken and this cheese can be thought of as theĀ “Drunken Cow” cheese with an obvious nod to the Spanish “Drunken Goat” cheese. As legend has it the origins of this cheese go back to World War 1 when Italian farmers in the Piave River area hid their wheels of cheese in barrels of fermenting grape juice to prevent invading armies from stealing them.

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