Vermont Terroir

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Title

Vermont Terroir

Subject

Trails

Description

Cheese varieties differ based on the type of milk used, production methods employed, aging processes used, and the attributes of the place where the cheese is made. Animals’ diets, seasonality, and microorganisms are all well-recognized sources of variation in flavor. In this way Vermont artisan cheese represents a “taste of place” and terroir.

Creator

Ramsdell Rindge; Mike Geno; Vermont Cheese Council

Source

Catherine Donnelly & Vermont Cheese Council

Date

[1870] [2011?] [2013]

Format

antique cheese box; photograph of painting; 2 photographs

Identifier

fsaseminar_254

Coverage

New Hampshire; 1870; Vermont; 2013

Files

Forest9.jpg
Trails1.jpg
5x7cutcheese.jpg
5x7wheels.jpg
VermontTerroirCollage.jpg

Citation

Ramsdell Rindge; Mike Geno; Vermont Cheese Council, “Vermont Terroir
,” Omeka@CTL, accessed June 4, 2020, http://ctl.w3.uvm.edu/omeka/items/show/1797.

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