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Zoom Cheese Grotto One Year of Cheese: Meet The Makers Quarterly Cheese Subscription
Zoom Cheese Grotto One Year of Cheese: Meet The Makers Quarterly Cheese Subscription
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Zoom Cheese Grotto One Year of Cheese: Meet The Makers Quarterly Cheese Subscription

One Year of Cheese: Meet The Makers Quarterly Cheese Subscription

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Prepay and save! Dive deep into American artisan cheesemaking 4 times per year with this unique and experiential subscription for the cheese connoisseur. In addition to receiving 4 luscious cheeses each quarter, you'll get to meet the maker on Zoom and get behind-the-scenes info and insight on their delicious craft.

Photo Courtesy of Dairy Farmers of Wisconsin.

ALLERGIES:

Order by Thursday, July 11th to receive the July 2024 Quarterly Subscription box.

One Year of Cheese: Meet The Makers Quarterly Cheese Subscription

$262.00 Regular price $276.00

Long Description

We've curated a quarterly cheese subscription to delight you all year long with unique and fascinating American artisan cheeses. Each quarter, we'll highlight a different cheesemaker, complete with digital literature on tasting, serving, pairing, and storing your cheeses. You'll also receive a Zoom link with each shipment inviting you to a subscriber-only Meet the Cheesemaker event. It's our mission is to educate while curating delicious cheeses that can last for weeks in your Grotto. You'll always have the perfect selections on hand to share and enjoy with good company.


The quarterly cheese selection fits best in a Grotto Classico or Grotto Fresco.

Cheese Styles Included

• Bloomy rind, Washed rind, Natural rind, Waxed rind, Blue, Smoked, Herbed, Spiced, Cow cheese, Sheep cheese, Goat cheese

• The subscription includes two to four cheeses (approximately 1.5 to 2 pounds total, depending on the price of the cheese featured) per shipment. The cheeses shipped are selected at optimal ripeness and best enjoyed within 2 to 3 weeks of delivery.

• One serving of cheese is anywhere from 2 to 4 ounces, depending on your appetite. This package is great for 8 to 16 servings over weeks of enjoyment.

• With each quarterly shipment, you will receive digital literature with information on the cheeses as well as an email invite to a live Zoom session with the cheesemaker. A recording will be emailed if you are not able to attend the live event.

A Peek into Upcoming Cheesemaker Shipments

Ships July 11th, 2024: Carr Valley Cheese

Owned and operated by the Cook family, Carr Valley Cheese Company is over one-hundred years old. Nestled amongst the rolling hills and lush pastures of central Wisconsin, they remain one of Wisconsin's traditional cheese plants, famous for making cheese the old-fashioned way!

Carr Valley Cheese has won numerous awards over the years and continues to offer delicious and unique Wisconsin Cheeses.

Ships November 18th, 2024: Point Reyes Farmstead Cheese

When Point Reyes Farmstead Cheese Company was founded in 2000, they already had the most important part. Their dairy farm has always been known for making the freshest, highest quality milk. Their family’s herd of Holsteins were all raised from birth right on the property, giving them complete quality control from start to finish. Their first creamery was, and still is, right next to the milking parlor. In 2018, to fulfill the increasing demand for our award-winning products, they proudly opened a second production facility in the nearby town of Petaluma.

Today Original Blue, their raw milk cheese, continues to be made on the farm in Point Reyes, exclusively from the milk of our own Holsteins. Their pasteurized cheeses, Toma, Bay Blue, Gouda and Quinta, are handcrafted in Petaluma, where they source milk from CA dairies who share in their sustainable farming philosophies and match their highest standards for milk quality.

Ships December 16th, 2024 Shipment: Sweet Grass Dairy

After dairying conventionally for 15 years, Al and Desiree Wehner switched their farming method to an intensive grazing management farming style in 1993. In less than a year, they knew that they had discovered a better way to farm where “cows could be cows” and do what nature intended - eat grass! After a couple of years of Desiree making cheese out of their family kitchen, Sweet Grass Dairy was born in 2000. It was her goal to highlight the delicious, grass-based milk that their cows were producing through a range of handcrafted cheeses. They quickly realized that she needed help, so they invited their daughter, Jessica, and son-in-law, Jeremy Little, to join the family creamery. Al and Desiree believe in giving opportunities, so they were thrilled when Jeremy and Jessica wanted to purchase the cheesemaking part of the business in 2005. The Littles have continued to grow Sweet Grass Dairy over the years by expanding the distribution of their cheeses nationally and opening a restaurant in downtown Thomasville. Jeremy and Jessica have raised 4 boys, received over 30 national and international awards for their cheeses, and remained loyal to the vision of cultivating an inspired American food culture. They have done this by handcrafting the most flavorful and high quality cheeses possible from the milk of healthy, barn-free cows grazing on grass grown year round under the Georgia sun.

Ships March 10th, 2025: Capriole Goat Cheese

Capriole Goat Cheese is an artisan goat cheese producer in Greenville, Indiana. Founded in 1988, Capriole is one of the oldest and most award-winning goat cheese producers in the United States.

July 2024 Cheese Box

Carr Valley Cheese

Owned and operated by the Cook family, Carr Valley Cheese Company is over one-hundred years old. Nestled amongst the rolling hills and lush pastures of central Wisconsin, they remain one of Wisconsin's traditional cheese plants, famous for making cheese the old-fashioned way!

Carr Valley Cheese has won numerous awards over the years and continues to offer delicious and unique Wisconsin Cheeses. Certified Master Cheesemaker Sid Cook has won more top national and international awards than any other cheesemaker in North America.

We'll be featuring four of their Master Cheesemaker certified cheeses that have been donned with many awards. These include Gran Canaria (a sheep, goat and cow milk cheese, aged longer–at least 2 years and cured with olive oil), Caved Aged Marisa (A full sheep milk cheese with a natural rind which is also one of their most awarded), Mobay (A Wisconsin take on the famous French cheese, Morbier, where a line of ash separates a layer of sheep milk cheese and goat milk cheese), and their Reserve Gouda from 2019.

Order By Thursday, July 11th, 2024

The live Zoom session is scheduled for Thursday, July 18th at 6pmEST. We will send the Zoom invite post-purchase.

Your July cheese kit will ship July 15th, and we'll email you an invitation to Meet the Cheesemaker live on Zoom. A recording will be emailed for those who cannot attend.

Meet the July Cheesemaker

Owned and operated by the Cook family, Carr Valley Cheese Company is over one-hundred years old. Nestled amongst the rolling hills and lush pastures of central Wisconsin, they remain one of Wisconsin's traditional cheese plants, famous for making cheese the old-fashioned way!

Carr Valley Cheese has won numerous awards over the years and continues to offer delicious and unique Wisconsin Cheeses.

Meet the cheesemaker on Zoom on Thursday, July 18th at 6pmEST! An email recording will be sent for those who cannot attend!

How the Subscription Works

• The beauty of a cheese subscription is that it never sells out! We highly recommend purchasing your subscription by the Thursday prior to the week you'd like to receive your first shipment.

• After signup, you or the recipient can email us at info@cheesegrotto.com for assistance modifying your delivery week, and we'll respond within 3 business days.

• You will be billed once for the total subscription package. At the end of the pre-paid period of one year, you will receive an email asking if you would like to extend your subscription.

• The quarterly subscription will be processed on a fixed schedule, on the Thursday prior to the week of shipping your order. 

• This is a one-time purchase that will automatically renew after the prepaid period. You will be notified via email and will have the opportunity to cancel before the autorenew happens.

Shipping

• Your shipping charge is based on your zip code location.

• Our Meet the Maker subscription ships on a fixed schedule.  This allows everyone to meet the cheesemaker at the same time while enjoying their cheeses!

1. July 11th, 2024

2. November 18th, 2024

3. December 16th, 2024

4. March 10th, 2025

• Please visit our shipping policy page for additional questions.

Allergies

Please fill in your allergies so we can be sure to sub a cheese if needed.

Downloadable Gift Card

Need a gift card you can email or print?

We got you! Download this gift card and share with the lucky gift recipient! The size of the card is 5.5 inches by 4.5 inches so it can be formatted on a full-sized printer paper, or can be formatted to print double-sided!

What Is Artisan Cheese?

According to the American Cheese Society, "artisan or artisanal implies that a cheese is produced primarily by hand, in small batches, with particular attention paid to the tradition of the cheesemaker’s art, and thus using as little mechanization as possible in the production of the cheese."


Over the past decade, the American artisan cheese community has been recognized internationally for its quality and integrity. Small to medium-scale artisan cheesemakers have a core set of values: High-quality milk makes incredible cheese, and high-quality land and animal management makes for incredible milk. In our industrial food system, committing to these core values requires long hours of hard work and strict attention to detail.


Our quarterly subscription directly supports American artisan cheesemakers and the strengthening and diversification of our food system.

Customer Reviews

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Corinne Stiltner
Meet the Maker

Amazing cheese and discussion! Can’t wait for the next one!

Thank you, Corinne! We are so happy you enjoyed the cheese and Live Zoom event. And we're very excited to see you at the next one. xo

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HB
Oh Boy - a home run!!!!

I bought this subscription for my 99 year young Mom. She received her third shipment today. Mom raves - absolutely raves- about the cheeses. Says they “are the best thing I have ever put in my mouth!”

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Cathy
So worth it!!

Excellent presentation !!! The cheese shipped very nicely!!! Thank you! So worth it!!

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Jean Marie Sullivan
Cheese board made Thanksgiving

Served the Lakins Gorges cheese from my November subscription before our Thanksgiving feast. It was by far the best part of the whole meal. Everyone raved about it! This isn’t cheese you can find in a grocery store or even specialty shop. Amazing, different and yet accessible and delicious.

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Zach
Coolest present

This is the coolest Xmas present I got that keeps giving and wonderful customer service to boot.

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