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  1. Petit Billy Quick View

    Petit Billy

    Oh Billy your chevre is so light and fresh perfect for a picnic date with a bottle of grassy white. A rindless straight-up version from our Loire Valley producer of Selles sur Cher. Read More
  2. Fresh Mozzarella Quick View

    Lioni Latticini
    Fresh Mozzarella

    The Lioni family has been perfecting their whole cow's milk mozz for generations - it's delicate and moist with a clean milky flavor. Made nearby in New Jersey of fresh, pasteurized milk from a herd in upstate NY. Read More
  3. Cave Aged Champlain Valley Triple Cream Quick View

    Champlain Valley Creamery
    Champlain Valley Triple Cream

    Carleton Yoder makes this lovely little triple creme by hand from a neighbor's organic milk. The fluffy, buttery wonder is luxurious, satisfying and cheaper than a trip to the spa. Read More
  4. Cave Aged Sainte-Maure de Touraine Quick View

    Sainte-Maure de Touraine

    Oh lovely lemony log, how I delight in your goaty goodness. How I exalt your herbal essence. How I adore your careful Murrays-aging of 2-4 weeks. Read More
  5. Fontina Fontal Quick View

    Fontina Fontal

    Young, mild cheese seeks sandwich, pizza, or nourishing snack with anyone up for a good time. A little dense - but flexible, sweet and easygoing. Will stop the world to melt with you. Read More
  6. Malvarosa Quick View


    This farmhouse cheese from Valencia, Spain is one of the most ''snackable'' I've had in quite some time, and part of my job is to eat cheese all day, so that's saying something. Buttery, rich, and sweet, with a compliant texture. Made with pasteurized Guirra sheep milk. Read More
  7. Robiola Bosina Quick View

    Robiola Bosina

    This luscious little slab of mild, creamy goodness is made from a blend of milks for the perfect balance of salty and milky sweet. Its tender rind is good eats - resist that uncivilized urge to bite it like a pastry. Read More

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