A goat cheese made in California on small farms. This cheese has a high moisture content and is creamy with a clean, delicate taste.
Food Pairing: salads, figs, pizza, mac n’ cheese, pasta, chicken
Wine/Beer Pairing: Sauvignon Blanc, Chablis, Pinot Grigio, Rose, Cabernet Franc, pale ale
Capra - Fresh Honey Log
A soft fresh goat cheese made in Belgium. This cheese has a soft, creamy texture with a mild goat flavor. The addition of honey gives this cheese the perfect sweetness.
Food Pairing: salads, spreads, pasta, serve as a dessert with pecans and strawberries, fresh fruit
Wine/Beer Pairing: Late Harvest Riesling, pilsner, pale ales
A soft ripened goat cheese made in California. It gets its name for the ocean fog that rolls up from Humboldt Bay. Each handcrafted wheel features a ribbon of edible vegetable ash. You’ll enjoy buttermilk and fresh cream, complimented with floral notes, herbaceous overtones, and a clean citrus finish.
Food Pairing: drizzle with honey, prosciutto, apple, marcona almonds, salads
Wine/Beer Pairing: Sauvignon Blanc, Pinot Grigio, Rose, IPA, wheat beer, pale ale, stout
A soft goat cheese produced in California. A flavor powerhouse, Elegant and pungent truffles collide with the velvety perfection of soft-ripened goat cheese. You’ll enjoy the heavy floral, herbaceous, mushroom notes.
Food Pairing: steak, burger, with bread, pears, pasta, risotto
Wine/Beer Pairing: Riesling, Moscato, Pinot Noir, Zinfandel, Cabernet Sauvignon, Port, Barleywine, Trippel
A young goat’s milk gouda made in Holland. This popular, versatile cheese has a pleasantly mild, fresh taste and pure white color. It is made from light, fresh goats' milk, formed into the classic Gouda-style wheels and aged to give it great taste and a creamy smooth texture.
Food Pairing: sandwiches, pizza and delicious with fruit
Wine/Beer Pairing: Sauvignon Blanc, crisp white wines, pale lagers
A goat cheese soaked in red wine produced in Spain. The Drunken Goat, is made from local Murcian goat cheese and is bathed for three days in a local wine called Doble Pasta. After three months of aging, the Drunken Goat cheese develops a gorgeous purple rind and a sweet, smooth flavor.
Food Pairing: marcona almonds, olives, chorizo, pizza
Wine/Beer Pairing: fruity red wines, Rioja, Pinot Noir
A goat cheese aged for a minimum of 6 months and made in California. The cheese is buttery, nutty with a caramel finish. As the cheese ages, protein crystals develop to add a slight crunch. Food Pairing: fig jam, melted over bread or in Mac n’ Cheese
Wine/Beer Pairing: dark beers, ice wine, Syrah, Zinfandel, or sweet sherry
Dorothea Potato Chip
A goat’s milk gouda made in Holland. This cheese is aged for 60 days and has potato, basil, coriander and garlic for added flavor. The end product has a faint earthy sweetness of potatoes, tasty goat’s milk, and a subtle, herbaceous quality that will keep you guessing with each bite.
Food Pairing: salads, potatoes, vegetables, sandwiches
Wine/Beer Pairing: Syrah, Gewürztraminer, wheat beer
An aged goat cheese gouda produced in Holland. This cheese is aged for approximately 2 years and has a stunning complex nutty and caramel flavor. Can be used as a substitute for Parmigiano Reggiano.
Food Pairing: melted over spinach, pasta, pizza, risotto, omelets
Wine/Beer Pairing: Sauvignon Blanc, Syrah, Zinfandel, amber ale, brown ale
A 6 month aged goat cheese from Spain. This cheese is made using milk from the native Murciana goats. The cheese is mild and salty, a great intro goat cheese to try.
Food Pairing: Marcona almonds & honey, melted on pizza or shredded on a salad
Wine Pairing: crisp whites
Cranberry Cinnamon Goat Chevre
A soft fresh goat chevre made in Wisconsin. It is flavored lightly with cinnamon and rolled in dried cranberries. An excellent dessert cheese or addition to a salad.
Food Pairing: Almond Cookie Brittles!
Wine Pairing: Champagne, Pinot Grigio, Semi-Dry Reisling
Blueberry Vanillia Goat Chevre
A soft goat milk chevre made in Wisconsin. It has a layer of vanilla-tinged blueberries wrapped around fluffy chevre, creating a dessert-like delight.
Food Pairing: Lemon Cookie Brittles!
Wine Pairing: Champagne, Riesling