Putting Cheese Out to Pasture

From the Jun 30, 2011, issue

"Grazing in the grass is a gas," is not just a catchy song for the cows that produce the milk for Pleasant Ridge Reserve cheese; it's a way of life. Pleasant Ridge Reserve has thrice been named Best of Show at the annual American Cheese Society Judging & Competition (no other cheese has won even twice). Wine Spectator's Sam Gugino explains.

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