VERMONT CREAMERY2020-01-07T10:30:34-05:00
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Defining Terroir

From the Green Mountains of Vermont, where our family farmers are tending the goats and cows, Vermont Butter & Cheese Creamery’s artisan techniques produce the finest Goat Cheese, Crème Fraiche and European-style Cultured Butter in the country.

For over 26 years, Bob and Allison have been creating new cheeses, like Bonne Bouche and Cremont, as well as continuing the tradition of fresh chèvre, that was the start of Vermont Butter & Cheese Creamery.

Setting the pace for sustainability and artisan craftsmanship, VBCC has been a pioneer in bringing American Artisan cheeses to restaurants and homes.

Sustainable Agriculture

We support 30 family farms that produce fresh and high quality goats’ milk to make our fresh and aged cheese.

Our cows’ milk and cream comes from a local Vermont Coop of 500 family dairy farmers. All natural and rBST-free.


Vermont Creamery

Allison Hooper and Bob Reese
PO Box 95
20 Pitman Road
Websterville Vermont 05678

800 884-6287 or 802-479-9371


St. Albans

A uniquely American take on the French St. Marcellin, St. Albans takes its name from the town of St. Albans, Vermont and recalls the Creamery’s longstanding partnership with the St. Albans Cooperative, longtime producers of our high-quality cows’ milk. It is our first cheese made with 100 percent cows’ milk.

Hand-shaped and aged for eleven days, these delicate cheese disks are packaged in sturdy ceramic crocks and wrapped in a breathable, perforated film. Even after packaging, St. Albans unique, wrinkled rinds continue to develop; the paste of the cheese becomes soft and spreadable, while the flavor becomes more robust. The […]

Crumbled Goat Cheese

Available in: Apricot & Thyme, Cranberry & Tarragon, Tomato & Basil or Classic. There are no mold inhibitors or anti-caking agents like cellulose so there isn’t a “dry mouth feel” like that of other crumbles. These crumbles are perfect for salads, pasta dishes, pizza topping, gratin or grab and go prepared meals.

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An American line of French-style ripened goat cheeses wouldn’t be complete without a small Bijou-like Crottin. Bijou is French for “jewel” and epitomizes all that is special about goats’ milk and the making and caring for a small cheese. This geotrichum-rinded cheese has a unique sweet and yeasty flavor.

Made with fresh pasteurized goats’ milk from family farms, Bijou curd coagulates overnight, drains in cheese cloth and is then shaped into little buttons. Dried, and ripened for one week, Bijou evolves with time, gaining a sharpness and complexity after thirty days. Serve toasted on baguette with a salad for a […]