Using traditional French cheese making techniques that start with local milk, added cream, and a unique blend of cultures. The result is a brie style cheese that is smooth and creamy with slightly sweet, milky flavors and a velvety white rind. Steely chardonnay or fruity sauvignon blanc are good for young cheese. The earthy flavors of more mature, weighty white Burgundy and red Burgundy are lovely with more mature Brie
Port Salut cheese is made from pasteurized cow’s milk and is also known as Saint Paulin. This cheese was first produced from Trappist monks, who made cheese in order to survive. This is a semi-soft cheese, which has a recognizable orange rind and a characteristic sweet and mild flavor. This French cheese also has a smooth, velvety texture.
A semi-soft cheese, pale yellow in color, with a firm and supple texture, a pleasant grassy aroma and a fruity, nutty, tangy and sweet flavor.
This creamy Toscano cheese soaked in syrah is a hard cow's milk cheese with the bite of a parmesan, and the creaminess of a cheddar.
Creamy Toscano Cheese soaked in Chardonnay Wine starts with wheels of that same nutty, creamy cheese, crafted in Wisconsin. Each wheel is patiently soaked by hand in a bright and buttery Chardonnay. The classic character of the wine with hints of sweet citrus create a savory masterpiece.
As it ages, each wheel of cheese is hand-rubbed with cracked black pepper, so every wedge features a burst of mildly spicy pepper flavor—the closer you get to the outside of the wheel, the more pronounced the flavor becomes, yet it's never overpowering.
Hand-rubbed with rosemary and Italian olive oil for a decadent, rich, nutty, slightly fruity, and simply sensational cheese. Asiago with Rosemary and Olive Oil is delicious for snacking, but can also be grated into your favorite Italian dish.
Unexpected Cheddar looks like an aged Cheddar. It tastes like an aged Cheddar. and then the plot twist. The smooth creaminess of the Cheddar gives way to a tangy flavor and light crumbly texture, a nice hint of salt crystallization is discovered, and it begins to taste like an aged Parmesan. Delicious! As with most cheeses, we suggest letting Unexpected Cheddar breathe at room temperature for about 30 minutes prior to serving. If you’re prepping a platter, unwrap the cheese and resist the temptation to cut right in. Your patience will be rewarded with cheese that really lives up to its flavor potential. It really is worth the wait.
A creamy cheese loaded with sweet caramelized onions. It's like eating French onion soup in cheese form! Tangy and sweet flavor.
A white cheddar that is accentuated with cranberries.A nutty, rich taste with the tart of cranberry.
An aged cheddar, a light sweet flavor that is guaranteed to bubble up your taste buds. Serve as an elegant hors d'oeuvre along with fresh strawberries, pears and grapes.
Cheddar cheese is smoked twice to impart a robustly smoky flavor.
Sweet and buttery flavors provide the foundation welcoming the musky, earthy, sensual aromas of truffle that accent this cheese. With a semi-firm texture that is both pliant and creamy,
The Aging, younger cheeses have a buttery, mild, and slightly tangy flavor. But as the cheese ages, it develops a caramel sweetness with notes of butterscotch.
A bit nuttier tasting than the regular Gouda. It's buttery, creamy and smooth with sweet and salty notes. As with all cheeses, be sure to enjoy at room temperature
Aged gouda is similar to parmesan in texture, developing crunchy cheese crystals and a more crumbly texture. Aged gouda has a rich, nutty, caramelly taste, often reminiscent of butterscotch.
A springy and dense consistency with a light and barely discernible aroma of wholesome cream. A soft, silky, milky and mild flavor. It's considered one of the healthier cheeses, due to its high levels of calcium, protein and iron (and low portion of fat and sodium).