What goes great with wine? Cheese of course! While visiting the wineries in Southwest Michigan with several friends, we had to make a stop at Evergreen Lane Farm & Creamery.
Patrons to the farm can visit with the kid goats and Falyn, their resident retiree goat.
For fifteen years they have been crafting cheese at the on-farm creamery, consisting of both goat’s milk and variety of cow’s milk cheeses using milk all locally sourced from animals fed with high quality feed and hay. In addition, they offer fresh organic apples during the fall.
During our visit we tried a sample of several goat and cows milk cheeses.
My wife and I purchased that day:
- Chevre, French Herb – spreadable goat cheese, available plain, French herb, sundried tomato/garlic, Salsa Macha
- Lily Rose – Camembert style-sweet and fragrant goat cheese
- Fromage Blanc – Artisan cow’s milk cream cheese. Plain
The creamery and shop are both located in the short “Evergreen” lined lane that you can’t miss, due to the cow sign at the entrance pointing the way.
Whether you are a cheese aficionado, need to complete that charcuterie board, or are looking for something different, you won’t be disappointed with any selections here.
If you plan to visit, be sure to check out their seasonal hours on their website.