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Sonoma County, California: Artisan Cheese Festival Review


“There were about 30 different artisan cheese producers handing out samples: hard cheese, soft cheese, aged cheese, infused cheese, sheep’s milk, cow’s milk, goat’s milk and raw cheese.

Tasting suggestions:

Bellwether Farms, Sonoma County: Caramody and Pepato cheeses. The Caramody tastes like you’ve been transported to Italy. It is super creamy with loads of flavor.  The Pepato is a raw  

Photo: Sherrie Perkovich

Photo: Sherrie Perkovich

semi-soft cheese with whole peppercorns throughout.  Try this cheese with a good Pinot Noir from Russian River.

Clover Stornetta Farms, Sonoma County: Herb & Spice Havarti. Clover has teamed up with local California artisan cheesemakers to develop these delicious small-scale craft cheeses.  The havarti was my favorite. Excellent flavor and just the right mount of spice…”

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