Buy Local and Eat Cheese – The Winter Wedge kits on sale now!
You asked, and Oregon’s cheesemakers have answered!
We are back with the Winter Wedge, the perfect way to treat yourself or someone you love to delicious cheese and support your local food producers.
Your Winter Wedge tasting kit comes in a reusable insulated tote bag with 13 different Oregon artisan cheeses (5+ lbs), including several you can’t find in stores, plus Mt. Hope Farms jam, Effie’s Homemade crackers, chocolate truffles from Whole Foods, and DriftWest sparkling water kefir – to gift to a loved one, or better yet, devour yourself!
Contactless pick-up available December 21 and 22, as well as a short window on December 18 in Portland’s central eastside.
Join us December 26 at 5pm on Facebook Live to hear more about the cheeses and cheesemakers, taste through a vertical of aged Tillamook white cheddars (aged 3, 5, and 10 years!), find your perfect pairings, and participate in a live raffle.
Tasting kits are limited and sold out quickly in October,
Tasting kits can be picked up December 18, 21, or 22 in Portland’s Central Eastside. Pick-up instructions will be emailed, and safe handling protocols will be strictly adhered to. Unfortunately, we are unable to offer delivery or shipping.
The online event will be Saturday, December 26 at 5pm on the Oregon Cheese Guild’s page on Facebook Live via Zoom, but you do not need an account with either platform to participate. It will be recorded so you can watch any time.
The kits are $110 per tote and come with more than five pounds of artisan Oregon cheese, plenty for a group to enjoy at once, or one person to savor over several weeks. They have a retail value of more than $150 and include a few exclusives that can only be found in Winter Wedge tasting kits!
Proceeds from ticket sales go to participating Oregon cheesemakers, and to support the work of the nonprofit Oregon Cheese Guild.
The Guild is a collaborative effort to increase awareness of Oregon’s artisan cheeses, create educational opportunities, and provide a platform for cooperation and shared resources among Oregon cheesemakers.