Shop high-quality Wisconsin cheeses, shipped nationwide from Barron, Wisconsin.
Our cheeses are vacuum-sealed, hard varieties that are safe outside of refrigeration in transit. Open the package and store your cheese in the refrigerator upon arrival for best quality.
Unwrap, share, and enjoy your artisan Wisconsin Cheese.
It guides everything we do. We believe in its power to foster good will among all, and we strive to prove it every day in our relationships with our customers, partners, team members, and community. Our mission is simple…build a new type of cheese company bonded by the brotherhood of cheese.
Our cheese is made the same way since Eric’s Great Grandpa Fred came here from Switzerland in 1919 (though with a bit more fancy equipment). The milk comes in, cheese makers add the cultures, curd is formed, any seasonings are added, cheese is pressed into blocks and allowed to cure, usually for several months (or sometimes years for aged varieties). The cheese is then cut and wrapped, labeled, and shipped to your door.
None of our products are ever processed or artificial in any way. Just good, old fashioned Wisconsin cheese. Milk is sourced from local family farms who care. Seasonings are always natural and simple, never artificial.
We hate robotic, impersonal customer service, so we aim to be its antithesis. We are here for any question you have and we love nothing more than a happy, satisfied customer! We never outsource customer service or take shortcuts here.
I Tried the Franella cheese. It is awesome and I plan to order this regularly instead of buying Italian cheese at the store. It is great alone, I want to try it in pasta and I'm sure it is excellent to to bake into or on top of bread.
Delivery and taste were great. Both times they were gifts, but i finally got to sample the latest one I sent...great!
Each cheese was delicious! The smoked Gouda was my favorite!
Great taste, texture and all around yummy delish!
except for the Dill cheese everything else was great..... Did you actually put dill in the cheese? I must have gotten the package that missed getting Dill.