The processing

The secrets of milk heating, thermised at low temperatures to avoid the destruction of its fragrances, flavors and aromas, that nature so generously has granted to us.
The Nuova Sarda Industria Casearia was officially founded in 1990, as a result of the absorption of a former dairy farm located in Gonnosfanadiga, an important agricultural and craft Centre in the southern and central Sardinia.
The property itself remains unchanged, transmitting all its knowledge and experience in the new and more modern plant located in the municipality of San Nicolò D’Arcidano (OR).
Since 1936, the Fanari Family, before with the leadership of the grandfather Antioco, then with the direction of the father Giuseppe and finally with the conduction of his four sons: Rosetta, Antioco, Enedina and Giovanni, has been still exercising the profession of the magic transformation of the milk into cheese, through experimentation and the improvement of cheese-making techniques handed down through the decades.

Secrets, that only those who love ardently their land and their art can know.
The secrets of sheep’s milk and goat’s milk, collected from the farmers of the area, from animals which are always free in the fields and in the mountains, whose diet consists solely on uncontaminated and aromatic herbs and parts of the Mediterranean forest.
The secrets of the rennet, true magic ingredient of the transformation, made directly in the dairy after the purchase of abomasum, executed by the farmers themselves.
The secrets of the ferment which gives the aroma and the taste to the cheese, made by the expert hands of the cheese maker.
The secrets of milk heating, thermised at low temperatures to avoid the destruction of its fragrances, flavors and aromas, that nature so generously has granted to us.
The secrets about the curd processing, necessary to obtain an exclusive cheese, unique in taste and in form, is the use of a basket junco, an hamper intertwined by hand with shrubs picked in the marshes of swampy areas located in the province of Oristano.
È proprio nel rispetto delle tradizioni e nella salvaguardia dell’ambiente che i Fratelli Fanari nel 2010 hanno deciso di installare un impianto fotovoltaico per la produzione dell’energia elettrica necessaria  al fabbisogno energetico dello stabilimento.