Pleasant Ridge Reserve is an artisanal cheese made from the raw milk of a single herd of Wisconsin cows fed and managed using natural, 'old world' practices. Named U.S. Champion in 2003 and Best of Show at the American Cheese Society conference in 2001 and 2010, Pleasant Ridge Reserve is an original cheese inspired by farmstead cheeses from the Alpine provinces of southeastern France. Made in the Beaufort style, its taste and texture rival the best gruyeres made. Each wheel is hand turned daily and washed with a culture solution that creates a natural rind and develops a delicate flavor profile. The cheese is aged 60 days before going to market. Pleasant Ridge is a wonderful eating cheese, one you’ll be glad you learned about.