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Estero Gold from Valley Ford Cheese Co. – SFGate

Estero Gold
Photo: Craig Lee, Special To The Chronicle / SF

Janet Fletcher’s latest review for SF Gate.

When Bianchi-Moreda goes to Switzerland next year to visit her relatives for the first time, she will take with her a Best of Show ribbon for Estero Gold from the 2012 California State Fair. She and her son are making fewer than 100 wheels, weighing 8 to 10 pounds, every week, with raw milk from the family farm. The cheeses are released at about seven months, although the winning wheel was twice that old.

via Estero Gold from Valley Ford Cheese Co. – SFGate.

Janet will be in France starting tomorrow, Sunday as a guest teacher at Maison Dalienor


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