In 1892, the Grafton Cooperative Cheese Company was founded by dairy farmers in Grafton, Vermont. At a time when there was no refrigeration, many cooperatives were formed to turn fresh milk into food that could be stored for a longer period of time.
Today, Grafton Village cheddars are aged anywhere from one to four years, and sometimes even longer. All of the cheeses are handmade using premium, unpasteurized, hormone-free milk from small local family farms.
The newest addition to their line of aged cheddars – Grafton Truffle Cheddar – brings a delicate balance between the earthy flavors of truffle and the smooth, rich bite of their aged Vermont cheddar.
This unique cheese is great to melt into homemade mac and cheese or on a grown-up gilled cheese sandwich. Or make it a highlight of your next cheeseboard.