Corte Castellazzi Via Volta, 5
43019 Soragna PR
In a land rich in castles and reminiscences of Giuseppe Verdi, the thousand-year history and culture and the unparalleled taste of the “king of cheeses” are showcased through vintage objects and images in the historic Meli Lupi Castle, which for centuries has been used to produce Parmigiano Reggiano.
The exhibits illustrate the way milk is turned into cheese, the way Parmigiano Reggiano is aged and marketed, the key role played by the Consortium in protecting product quality, and end with a tasting of this peerless product.
The Parmigiano Reggiano Museum – which also organizes workshops for schools – is part of the Food Museums Network dedicated to the typical products of the province of Parma.