It’s that time of year again, when the cheese awards are plentiful and the celebration at Deli Market News is joyful. Vermont Creamery took home three awards and two Best-in-Class titles at this year’s World Championship Cheese contest, and we couldn’t be more excited for this innovative company.
“We are always proud to win in Wisconsin,” said Adeline Druart, President. “Our bettermakers’ passion for perfecting their craft is obvious in the work they do every day, and as we experience a period of conscious growth, our talented team has proven that superlative quality and flavor is in our DNA.”
Herb Goat Cheese, a fresh goat cheese log rolled in rosemary, basil, oregano, and thyme, and Vanilla Crème Fraîche, a rich, cultured cream laced with Madagascar vanilla, both won Best-in-Class in their categories, a press release noted. Coupole, a dense and flavorful dome-shaped aged goat cheese took home second place in its category.
This is the second World Championship Cheese Contest Best-in-Class award for Coupole and the first for Herb Chèvre and Vanilla Crème Fraîche.
Congratulations to Vermont Creamery on this high honor!