BONNE BOUCHE / Vermont Creamery
BONNE BOUCHE / Vermont Creamery

BONNE BOUCHE / Vermont Creamery

Regular price$13.99

Inspired by cheeses of the Loire Valley, these delicate and delicious goat cheese rounds reveal a balanced bite of heaven. (4OZ BY THE EACH) 

A Perfect Pairing
We love philosophical (and delicious!) pairing ideas, like “Goat-on-Goat.”  Bonne Bouche submits beautifully to goat milk caramel sauce Cajeta, all atop Olina’s Wafer crackers, to deliver these supreme bites to your palate. 

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The Full Wheel
Founded by Allison Hooper and Bob Reese, Vermont Creamery has been an award-winning pacesetter in creating artisan cheeses on an increasingly larger scale. Allison spent a summer traveling in France where she worked making cheese in Brittany – and she brought this information home where she began making awesome fresh chevre. It all began in 1984, when Reese was in charge of a dinner that was celebrating Vermont agriculture products and reached out to Allison when he found himself in desperate need for some fresh chevre.  Hooper delivered, and the dinner was such a success, it jump-started a partnership between the two, and Vermont Creamery was born. In French, Bonne Bouche literally means “good mouthful,” and this award-winning cheese lives up to its name. Enjoy it fresh, when the cheese exhibits a mild yet slightly acidic texture and sweet, thin geotrichum rind (the ones that look like little brains), or more aged for a softer, more piquant cheese. Introduced in 2001, this cheese brought home the gold in 2011 at the World Cheese Awards!

Just The Facts

Cheese Style Soft-Ripened
Milk Type Goat
Pasteurization Pasteurized
Rennet Type Microbial
Local Vermont
Country USA


While we can't offer a la carte products for shipping nationwide, we do ship our Monthly Club subscription to all 50 states! Click HERE for more information.

For your convenience and to avoid wait times in the Cheese Shop, online orders should be picked up at our Pickup Window, located directly behind our cheese shop in the alley between Uncle Nicky’s and Julio’s. To avoid congestion, please do not pick up in the Cheese Shop.

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