Our Cheese

Our Cheese


Monforte Dairy

Monforte Dairy has been producing delicious quality artisanal cheeses in Stratford, Ontario since 2004. This dairy is known as one of the premier cheese producers in Ontario. All of the milk comes from local Mennonite farmers’ herds of sheep, goats, water buffalo and cow. Monforte cheese is known far and wide for its extensive range of popular cheeses, like the signature Toscano aged sheep’s milk cheese, or buttery, unctuous Bliss. Crème Fraiche is offering a great selection of this cheese, which you will be familiar with if you are a frequenter of farmer’s markets in the GTA. Visit website

Glengarry Fine Cheese

Located in Lancaster, Ontario, Glengarry is known not only for producing world-class cheese, but also as a hub for cheese making supplies and education. The award-winning cheeses are made from cow and goat milk coming directly from the farm where the cheese facility is located. Crème Fraiche carries a selection of the best Glengarry has to offer, including blooming and delicate Figaro, Dutch-style Laankaster Aged, creamy Celtic Blue Reserve,  and sharp and tasty Big Brother. Visit website

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Back Forty Artisan Cheese

Founded in 2000, Back Forty Artisan Cheese is located in Lanark County, Ontario. Using 100% pure, unpasteurized ewe’s milk, their cheeses are unique and full of flavour. We carry the Bonnechere, a semi-firm, tangy cheese with a toasted rind, and also the award-winning Highland Blue. Visit website

Gunn's Hill Artisan Cheese

The cheese from this dairy is influenced by cheese maker Shep Ysselstein’s time learning his craft in the Swiss Alps. The dairy is located in Oxford County, Ontario, and milk comes from the neighbouring Friesvale Farms. We carry the nutty Handeck, and Five Brothers, which shares traits from Gouda and Appenzeller swiss. Visit website

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Thornloe Dairy

Representing Northern Ontario is Thornloe Dairy. Located in the beautiful Temiskaming region, this dairy has been making excellent cheese for over 70 years. We carry a good variety of Thornloe cheese when we can get it, including sharp Aged Cheddar, semi- soft and creamy Charlton goat aged in wine, and the extremely popular Devil’s Rock Blue. Visit website

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Crossroad Farms

We are carrying the Crossroad Farms Sheep Gouda, which is not easy to find in Toronto. The Oxford County farm had an excess of sheep’s milk, and enlisted the expertise of Gunn’s Hill sheep maker Shep Ysselstein to create this mellow and sweet gouda-style cheese.

Posted on February 7, 2013 and filed under Cheese.