Montchevré has been making crumbled goat cheese from fresh goat milk that is collected from local, independent, family farms for the past 20 years. Head cheese-maker, Jean Rossard, has established a perfectly balanced recipe to ensure that every bite of our crumbled goat cheese has a delicate tang and freshness that make it ideal for sprinkling on top of salads, pastas, paninis, pizzas, vegetable medleys, soups; the possibilities are truly endless!
Crumbling goat cheese for the past 20 years has not stopped us from coming up with bright new flavor profiles for cheese-lovers to enjoy. Our crumbles are always mixed with the highest quality ingredients so we can ensure you will love these three new flavors:
Apricot & Sage, Pomegranate & Orange Zest, and Sun-dried Tomato Basil.
There is no question that Montchevré’s reputation for quality is, in part, thanks to the hard work of our 360+ milk suppliers. In recognition of our farmers’ outstanding achievements and continuous contribution to the success of Montchevré and our community, we held an Awards Ceremony at each of our annual year-end farm meetings. Farmers were recognized for their excellent milk quality, growth, and commitment to the goat milk industry. Awards varied from Rookie of the Year, to Most Improved, Most Resilient, Montchevré Ambassador and more!
Montchevré’s Producer of the Year Award was presented to Gary & Penny Libberton of South Wayne, Wisconsin (pictured below, right). We have had the privilege of partnering with Gary and Penny since 2001 and we are so grateful for their hard work and dedication to Montchevré. The Libbertons have a beautiful farm with a fantastic herd average that produces milk with high protein, consistent butter fat, and a plate count that’s systematically low.
For a more intimate look at one of our farms check out our goat cam that links you directly to the Shaw’s Family Farm, “3 Kid Dairy,” where you are more than likely to see Brian & Kalleen Shaw, along with their three daughters, milking or tending to their goats. If you’re lucky you might even get to see newborn baby goats roaming around the milking parlor. Check out the goat farm!