Rich, nutty flavor of alpine-stype cheese adds a kick to nachos, pasta, sandwiches and more. Wisconsin.Just like champagne can only be made in the champagne region of France, gruyere can only be made in the gruyere region of Switzerland. To honot these traditional Swiss cheesemakers, Grand Cru is now call alpine-stye on the label, but nothing else about the cheese has changed. Here in Wisconsin, the pastures are richer. The air is sweet and the cellars are deep. Here is where the Roth family chose to make a home for the richest, most flavorful cheeses that offer an adventure in taste unlike any other. rBST-Free (No significant difference has been shown between milk derived from rBST-supplemented and non-rBST-supplemented cows). Suitable for vegetarians. Naturally Gluten-free. Visit and more ways to transform traditional recipes.

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