Our Cheese Selection

P1020175We dislike food and wine snobs as much as you do, but that won't stop us from presenting great handcrafted and artisan cheeses from around the globe!

Whether you are a seasoned cheese lover, a cheese geek, or new to the artisanal cheese world, please come in and browse our well-stocked cheese cases.

Our cheeses, both imported and domestic, are carefully selected, with a good percentage changing with the season. 

At present, we stock over 100 different cheeses.

 

We work with small domestic dairies from California, Vermont, Utah, Oregon and Wisconsin  to bring you the best from the American Artisanal Cheese movement.

 

Our imported cheeses include traditional and modern takes on cow, sheep, goat and mixed milk cheeses from Italy, Spain, France, England, Ireland, Wales, Germany, Switzerland, Holland, Belgium and Canada.

Our cheesemongers are passionate about keeping our cheeses in tip-top shape, and we cut most cheeses to order. 

(Sorry we don't ship our cheeses - they're just too fragile!)

  • Pont l'Evêque
    One of France's oldest cheeses, Pont-l'Eveque (pohn leh veck) takes its name from a village in Normandy, the region where the cheese originated centuries ago....

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    Barrel Aged Feta
    One of our most popular cheeses, Arvanitis Barrel Aged Feta is a PDO cheese made from Sheep and oat milk that's made in Greece in...

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  • Brillat Savarin
    Are you looking for a triple crème cheese, look no further than this store and staff all-time fave.
    Rich in butterfat with a thin, edible, pillowy...

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    Raclette
    The weather is getting cooler, the days are getting shorter, it’s time for some comfort food, and nothing says comfort louder and clearer than melting...

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  • Cana de Cabra
    Caña de Cabra
    Reminiscent of Bucheron, this pasteurized, soft-ripened goat cheese log is made from the same rich Murcia goat milk found in our very...

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    Vacherin Mont d'Or
    What's the perfect holiday cheese? Well IMHO, it's Vacherin Mont d'Or, an oozy, creamy, complex and stinky cheese from the French or Swiss Alps.
    Served at...

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  • Comté
    Considered one of the world's greatest cheeses Comté captures the essence of raw, mountain pasture-fed cow milk. Its full name is Gruyère de Comté, which...

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    Wine For Thanksgiving
    Here's the deal: A boatload of friends, relatives and strangers are coming over for a simple meal of roasted turkey with all the trimmings: stuffing,...

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  • Vlaskaas
    Vlaskaas.  This pasteurized cow milk cheese is richer than Gouda, delivering bold flavors and great meltability.    Try it in a cheese plate with fruit, sliced ...

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