Pleasant Ridge Reserve

A three-year-running winner of the American Cheese Society's Best Cheese of its Type competition farmstead artisan cheese, Pleasant Ridge Reserve is made on Uplands Cheese dairy farm in southwest Wisconsin. Named after the land formation on which the farm sits, Pleasant Ridge Reserve is made in the tradition of Alpine cheeses like Gruyere and Beaufort. Like the Alpage versions of these cheeses, we only make Pleasant Ridge Reserve from May through October when our cows are eating fresh pasture. This grass-fed, raw milk produces flavors in the cheese that can't be replicated by "ordinary" milk.

For more than 1lb., choose multiples of the 1lb. option.  For a half-wheel, choose the 5lb. option and for a full wheel choose the 10lb. option.

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