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Grafton Clothbound Cheddar

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The Grafton Village Cheese Clothbound Cheddar has gone through quite a journey in order to be enjoyed by you. It all starts with raw Jersey cow’s milk from select farms up north in the Green Mountain State – where Grafton Cheese has been working out of since 1892. The fresh milk is sourced from local dairy farms, which gives the cheese a high content of butterfat and characteristic nutty flavors. The milk gets the classic milled-curd cheddar treatment, then is wrapped in cheesecloth and matured slowly in Grafton Village Cheese's caves. The result is a crumbly-creamy wheel, redolent of hazelnuts, apricots, perfectly browned toast, and meaty mushrooms. Complete the Grafton’s voyage with a celebratory glass of Oloroso Sherry or an off-dry Riesling.

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United States
Milk Type
Rennet Type
6 months

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