Typical of the Swiss plateau, molasse rock was formed over a period of millions of years. It is the result of alpine sediments deposited by rivers, and plant detritus.
Formerly used in building construction, the molasse of our cellar is a spongy rock that naturally restores humidity. It maintains a stable temperature of 12-14°C in the cellar all year round, coupled with 95-96% humidity.
THE CHARACTERISTICS OF OUR ROCKY CAVE
Naturally guaranteed 95-96% humidity
Constant year-round temperature of 12-14 C°
Strenght from nature
This climate is absolutely perfect to allow the cheeses to express their very best qualities, both in terms of the paste, which remains soft without drying out, and the rind, which remains constantly moist, allowing the proliferation of the flora that gives each cheese its unique aroma.