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Challenger IPA Cheddar

This sweet cheddar has notes of wheat and hops from the addition of an IPA. A thin ash line cuts the cheese in half, making a dramatic presence on a cheese plate.

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Cabra La Prudenciana

Led by the Alvarez Valera family, Finca La Prudenciana is located in the core of the Castilla-La Mancha region in central Spain, approximately sixty miles south of Madrid. Although the family is famously known for their unpasteurized Artequeso Manchego, D.O. cheeses, Finca La Prudenciana extends their cheesemaking philosophies to Cabra La Prudenciana, their newest goats’ milk...

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Emmengoat

As an attempt to broaden people’s idea of goat milk, DeWaag has created an original cheese called Emmengoat. An emmental style cheese made with goat milk, it’s not your typical goat cheese. It’s approachable, nutty, and sweet with a nice tang at the end.

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Wensleydale with Lemon and Honey

Our favorite Wensleydale is now flavored with lemon and honey. Sweet and tangy, try pairing this with fresh berries.

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The Smokin’ Goat

Grupo Ganaderos de Fuerteventura is a family run dairy whose mission is to protect cheesemaking traditions in the Canary Islands. Smokin’ Goat is made with local Majorero goat milk, which is naturally high in fat and protein, making for a smooth paste. The cheese is lightly smoked over beechwood, adding toasted notes to an otherwise sweet and tangy goat cheese. The rind pattern...

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Cabra al Gofio

Gofio is a type of roasted corn flour specific to the Canary Islands. It’s used for everything from stews, sauces, ice cream, and now cheese! The rind of this semi soft cheese is covered with gofio, creating a roasted yeasty flavor balanced out by the bright sweetness of goat cheese.

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Flora – Capriole

The first new cheese created by Capriole in 25 years, Flora, is based on the French Selles-sur-Cher-style goat cheese, and adapted to southern Indiana’s terroir. Fresh rounds are dusted in ash, regulating the pH, and facilitating the wrinkly growth of its Geotrichum candidum rind. Flora comes pre-wrapped in parchment paper, allowing for an easy addition to a cheese case or as a...

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Tomme Chévre Grandmère Adrienne

Located in the Centre-Val de Loire, Fromagerie Pascal Jacquin et Fils has specialized in making and aging the region’s traditional and exemplary goat’s milk cheeses since 1947. This fairy tale region is a land known for its majestic castles, wildlife, fishing, Sauvignon and Chenin Blanc-rich vineyards and, of course, goat’s milk delicacies. Fromagerie Jacquin is currently...

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Wagon Wheel

Wagon Wheel was developed in collaboration with Bay Area chefs as a domestic alternative to cooking cheeses such as Asiago, so it melts beautifully in most recipes. It has a mild, easygoing flavor and as it ages, we’ve found that it develops tomme-like characteristics and a lemony tang similar to regional British cheeses like Caerphilly. Cowgirl Creamery was founded by college...

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Hornkuhkäse

Made in a small town in Switzerland, just west of Liechtenstein, Hornkuhkäse is no ordinary alpine cheese. The milk used is that of horned cows. In the town of Urnäsch, where the cheese is made, virtually all cows still have their horns, as opposed to the 20% in Swiss agriculture. The symbiotic relationship between animal and farmer is fundamental there, and the cheese reflects...

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