Cheese

Pastoral takes pride in carrying an array of various types of cheese to serve your gourmet needs. Whether it’s pillowy goat cheese, salty Manchego cheese or crumbly Cabot cheese wrapped in cloth, our carefully chosen selections showcase the bounty of artisans who produce hand-crafted types of cheese from around the world. Rustic and traditional French and Italian cheeses may garner the most love, and rightly so, but here at Pastoral we also believe in a sourcing a wide variety of sustainably produced local cheeses from right here in the USA.

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  1. Asiago Fresco

    Asiago Fresco

    $6.99

    This cheese is named for the town of Asiago in northern Veneto, where it is made, and Fresco, meaning fresh or young. Aged only a few weeks, the cheese retains its creamy texture and sweet, slightly tangy flavor. The richness in flavor and healthful qualities come from the cow’s diet of diverse Alpine grasses. As a name protected, artisan product, Italy’s DOC (Controlled Origin Denomination) requires this cheese to be made from this premium cow’s milk, making Asiago Fresco great for snacking, melting or pairing with wine and salumi. Learn More
  2. Bucheron

    Bucheron

    $7.49

    “Buche” means log in French and is the root word for the name of this large, log-shaped French goat cheese. Each slice provides a window into the ripening process for this soft-ripened cheese. In the center, the crumbly, chalky interior tastes bright and lemony. As the log ages, the gooey interfacing below the bloomy, edible rind, provides a creamy contrast. Lovely with fresh fruit, spread on crackers or a baguette, or simply on its own, Bucheron is a beautiful French delight. Learn More

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