Sliding door is easy to open and close in the refrigerator
Made in the USA (Virginia)
Use & Care
For long term storage of cheese, it is recommended to keep the Cheese Grotto at refrigeration temperatures (34ºF to 39º F, preferably 39ºF)
Hand wash shelves with extremely hot water and a splash of distilled white vinegar
Allow the Grotto shelves to air dry between uses
For maintenance of the Plyboo shelves, a monthly application of mineral oil is recommended
9 inches deep, 7 inches wide, 8 inches tall
Materials designed for durability
This Eco-friendly walnut frame made in the USA, is the perfect look for a kitchen or dining room with dark interiors. The finish on the walnut makes it mold and stain resistant, both in the interior and exterior.
The Grotto Fresco has a smaller footprint of 7 inches by 9 inches with a height of 8 inches, making it the perfect size for the metropolitan cheese lover with a smaller refrigerator who loves entertaining on the weekends. Shelving heights accommodate just about any cheese.
It features a bio-based, non-toxic, anti-microbial floor made of linseed oil which helps naturally regulate any mold growth and the genuine leather tab makes for an easy grip on the sliding door.
The back panel is breathable, making for a perfect climate for simple, long-term storage of wedges and small wheels of cheese in the refrigerator. For more advanced preservation for the true connoisseur, check out the Grotto Classico. For a smaller one-shelf model, do check out our Grotto Mezzo and Grotto Piatto models.
Wood has the potential to harbor bacteria and pathogens if not cleaned properly and regularly.
Though Cheese Grotto’s Jessica Sennett is an expert at bringing out cheese’s best flavors, she is not an expert in food safety and she does not offer any opinion about food safety. New York Department of Health regulations requires restaurants to store cheese at a temperature below 45 degrees F, except for up to two hours during preparation for food service. Nothing in Cheese Grotto’s materials, including statements regarding the shelf life of cheese, is intended to (and the materials should not be interpreted to) conflict with food safety regulations and recommendations.