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Chris Roelli: Redefining American Original Cheeses

I had the pleasure of meeting Chris last summer in Madison and will see him again next week at the annual meeting of the American Cheese Society. Keep up the great work!

Photo: Edible Madison

Photo: Edible Madison

“One look at the stunning array of cellarcured American Originals handcrafted by fourth generation cheesemaker Chris Roelli makes it hard to believe that less than 20 years ago, his family’s cheese factory was shuttered and dormant.

Located on the corner of State Highways 23 and 11 between Shullsburg and Darlington (fondly known to locals as Hicks Corner), Roelli Cheese Haus has long been known as one of southwest Wisconsin’s best retail cheese stores, offering almost every cheese produced in Green County and beyond.

Today, however, the store not only offers quality cheeses from around the area, it once again stocks the coolers with its own creations…”

via Chris Roelli: Redefining American Original Cheeses | Edible Madison.


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