Although we aren’t making these cheeses commercially anymore (as of late fall 2016) Gianaclis still teaches all of these styles and more here at Pholia Farm and beyond.
Natural Rind Rubbed with Olive Oil and Cocoa
Named after the seasonal creek that runs the length of our farm – and powers our winter microhydro system
Named after the mountain we view directly east of our farm, the source of many a lovely sunrise
Named after the mountain to the West of our farm, and home to a large herd of Elk
St. Paulin Style
Rind washed with annatto
Named in honor of the local native Americans whose arrowheads have been found on the farm
Pleasant Creek (Limited availability)
Gruyere StyleNatural Rind
Vegetarian, non-GMO rennet
Named after a tributary to Evans Creek that flows near our farm
Evans Creek Greek – Pholia Pheta
Available Plain, Smoked (with real smoke), and Marinated
Traditional Greek Feta Style
Aged 4-8 months in brine
Vegetarian, non-GMO Rennet
Named after Evans Creek, the main waterway in our valley
| Table Rock
Aged 4-5 Months
Nutty, piquant, robust
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Sorry for taking so long, WP didn’t notify me of a comment… We stopped making our goat cheese in the fall of 2016.