Cranberry WindsorDale

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Vermont Farmstead Cheese Company

Cranberry WindsorDale, 7 oz. square - Whole cranberries burst with tart flavor in our raw-milk, British-style WindsorDale cheese, made with a late 1800 farmhouse Wensleydale recipe. This delicious hard cheese has a honeyed aftertaste and firm, flaky texture that loves that additional cranberry zing.

Vermont Farmstead Cheese Company began as a community effort to preserve a picturesque 18-acre dairy farm in South Woodstock, Vt in 2009. Passionate residents raised money to purchase the land, buildings and equipment in hopes that it would remain a dairy farm. With the generous contributions and tireless efforts of an entire community,our dream was realized and Vermont Farmstead became the first community-owned artisan cheese and dairy facility in the state.

In June 2011, we produced our first cheese, and five months later, after refining our product, we brought it to the public. In October 2012, VFCC introduced a new cheese production facility approximately 20 miles from the farm at the Artisans Park in Windsor, Vt. In addition to our facility, Artisans Park is home to 8 unique attractions including a Harpoon brewery, Silo distillery, a sculpture garden, a river outfitter, and Simon Pearce glassblowing factory and is well worth a visit.

Our Price:$13.95
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Cranberry Windsordale
 
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Vermont Farmstead Cheese Company

Cranberry WindsorDale, 7 oz. square - Whole cranberries burst with tart flavor in our raw-milk, British-style WindsorDale cheese, made with a late 1800 farmhouse Wensleydale recipe. This delicious hard cheese has a honeyed aftertaste and firm, flaky texture that loves that additional cranberry zing.

Vermont Farmstead Cheese Company began as a community effort to preserve a picturesque 18-acre dairy farm in South Woodstock, Vt in 2009. Passionate residents raised money to purchase the land, buildings and equipment in hopes that it would remain a dairy farm. With the generous contributions and tireless efforts of an entire community,our dream was realized and Vermont Farmstead became the first community-owned artisan cheese and dairy facility in the state.

In June 2011, we produced our first cheese, and five months later, after refining our product, we brought it to the public. In October 2012, VFCC introduced a new cheese production facility approximately 20 miles from the farm at the Artisans Park in Windsor, Vt. In addition to our facility, Artisans Park is home to 8 unique attractions including a Harpoon brewery, Silo distillery, a sculpture garden, a river outfitter, and Simon Pearce glassblowing factory and is well worth a visit.

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