This "lumberjack cheese" is made by Ernst Diriwächter, a 2nd-generation cheesemaker. A complex, runny washed-rind, it smells quite woodsy and pungent. Serious caseophiles love this one - it's up there with Vacherin Mont d'Or.
This is a New World spin on Manchego, classic of the Old World. Same nutty, rich profile and sweet, mellow finish - but made with cow's milk from Wisconsin's dairymen. 2011 American Cheese Society Winner Read More
An old fashioned farmer co-op and a cheesemaker with 40 years of experience in Wisconsin makes this old favorite a hit again, with its extra creaminess and touch of tang. Cheese for the masses indeed. Read More
What a crock. . . of cheese. Rustic and barny, these cozy little discs pick up creaminess and gentle pungency as they develop. Warm in the oven, serve on fresh baguette with a Rhone Red, and be happy. Read More
Looking like caramel and tasting like the crunchy top of a creme brulee if goat cream were underneath. Tell your friends you've brought 'goat cheese' to the party and delight in their wild confusion. Read More