Grace Hill Farm Wild AlpineGrace Hill Farm
A gruyere-style hard alpine cheese with a natural rind and buttery texture that gives way to a slightly nutty, earthy flavor with fruit notes. Made by hand from our grass-fed raw cow’s milk, and aged 9 months.
Our partners at Grace Hill Farm are farmstead cheese making professionals using old world techniques and recipes. Your cheese is hand picked and shipped right from their cheese cave to your door. To ensure the quality of the cheese during delivery, all shipments will go out Monday through Wednesday with 1-2 day delivery.
*We provide free shipping to the following states with a minimum purchase of $100 of Grace Hill products (CT, D.C., DE, MA, MD, ME, NH, NJ, NY, OH, PA, RI, VA, VT, and WV). If shipping to a different state, you can choose either 2 day air or overnight - shipping charges will be automatically calculated upon checkout. Free shipping is supplier specific and cannot be combined with other suppliers. If you have any questions please email email@example.com or call us directly 717.461.7447.
Grace Hill Farm is run by Max and Amy Breiteneicher. The vision for our farm grew naturally out of our shared interests and values – a love of good food and a desire to produce food that is delicious and made with integrity; a love of nature and of living and working closely with animals and the land; and of course, Max’s great passion for cheese. Max is blessed to have been taught cheesemaking and animal husbandry over the years by a series of true professionals at Jasper Hill Farm, Chase Hill Farm, and Sidehill Farm.
After many years of searching for just the right spot, we were so lucky to finally find it here in Cummington. Our land belonged to the Dawes/Thayer family since the 1700’s, passed down through the generations until they were so kind as to sell it to us in 2012. It has been a sheep farm and a dairy farm within living memory, and the old stone walls running through our woods attest to the pasture that used to be everywhere. We are honored to be stewards of this beautiful land, and are grateful for the opportunity to revitalize and restore this old New England farm.
Cheese is essentially preserved milk, and nearly every cheese is brought into being through roughly the same process, beginning with the milk. The vast array of cheese types are created by slight variations in the steps of this process.