Toma Cheese, 6 oz
Toma Cheese, 6 oz

Toma Cheese, 6 oz

from Point Reyes Farmstead Cheese Co

$11.99
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Description: 

In Italian, Toma means “wheel of cheese made by the farmer herself.” What better way to describe this, the most versatile, any time, any table cheese. All natural, pasteurized, semi-hard table cheese with a waxed rind.
  • Made from pasteurized, rBST-free cows’ milk
  • Made with microbial (vegetarian) rennet
  • Aged for 90 days
  • Gluten Free
  • Wedges are individually vacuum sealed

Recent Awards: 

  • 2017 World Cheese Awards in London, Bronze Medal
  • 2017 American Cheese Society, Farmstead, 1st Place
  • 2017 California State Fair, Gold Medal
  • 2014 Good Food Awards – Best Cheese
  • 2012 American Cheese Society, American Originals, Cows’ Milk Category - 2nd Place
  • 2011 California State Fair, Gold Medal
  • 2011 American Cheese Society, American Originals, Cows’ Milk Category - 1st Place
  • 2010 World Cheese Awards in London, Silver Medal

About The Vendor

Point Reyes Farmstead Cheese Co

Point Reyes Farmstead Cheese Co

Point Reyes Station, CA | Website

It’s a journey that started back in 1904, when our Great Grandfather Tobias Giacomini left Northern Italy to pursue his vision of farming the fabled, fertile lands of California. Fast forward to 1959 when our parents, Bob and Dean, purchased our dairy farm on Tomales Bay and started making milk to sell to the local creamery. By the mid-1990’s, our father had grown the herd to over 500 cows and the farm established a reputation for producing the very highest quality milk. However, a dairy of that size on our property of 720 acres was just too big, causing too much stress on the land environmentally, on our limited natural resources and on the small staff working the farm. But there’s an expression here in the Giacomini family that says, when life gives you four daughters, make cheese. And so, after pursuing various business careers, we came back to help reduce the size of the dairy and transition the business into an artisan farmstead cheesemaking facility.

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