Rogue Creamery, which won in 2019/2020 for its Rogue River Blue produced in Central Point, Ore., beat out a field of 3,804 cheeses from 42 countries. It was a first for American cheese in the awards’ 32-year history.
00:37 — Robotic farm managed from iPhone
01:32 — Milk. What makes Rogue river special
02:35 — Rogue River Blue presentation
03:33 — The Farm. Cow’s paradise
05:14 — Rogue River Blue Tasting tips
06:32 — Rogue River Blue. Wine pairing
David Gremmels, president of Rogue Creamery who is also known as «Mr. Blue» said web traffic and sales were up 500% since the award was announced.
A wheel, which weighs on average 84 ounces, costs $235; a quarter wheel is $75.
Here are the top 10 Cheeses in order at this year's awards:
Organic Blue Cheese Rogue River Blue
Nazionale del Parmigiano Reggiano Latteria Sociale Santo Stefano
Consorzio Conva - Nazionale del Parmigiano Reggiano
Torta del Casar DOP Virgen del Prado
Queseria Doña Francisca
Gruyère AOP Premier Cru
Cremo - von Mühlenen
Walo von Mühlenen
Le Gruyère AOP
Emmi Schweiz ch.
Laiteries H. Triballat
Mori No Cheese
Hand Made Cheese Nasu No Mori
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