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Vermont Shepherd Cheese Cave Tour and Tasting

Event: Vermont Shepherd Cheese Cave Tour and Tasting

Website: http://www.vermontshepherd.com/

Date(s): They used to open up the cave on rare occasion, but we're not sure if this is still the case. Contact them for more information

Contact Information:
Vermont Shepherd
875 Patch Road
Putney, Vermont 05346
802 387 4473 Phone
802 387 2041 Fax
E-mail: vtsheprd@sover.net
Description: Ah, the cheese cave. I've been writing about it for a while, and swear I'm going to see it the next time there is an open house. The cheese cave is where Vermont Shepherd ages their cheeses, and they only show it about four times a year, so you should really try to hit it if you're in the area. They also run a farm stand, where you can purchase all their award-winning cheeses.

 


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