Alpine-style originated in the Alpine region between France and Switzerland around the 11th century. Today, Wisconsin cheesemakers produce fine Alpine-style using classic production techniques involving handcrafted copper vats. While this cheese is scrumptious when young, it becomes increasingly sweet, nutty, and granular with age. Aged wheels are referred to as Surchoix and are cured for longer than the average of 90 days.
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