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Raw Milk Cheeses

× Handcrafted in Walton, NY ×

 

 

Our Cheeses 

(availability may be variable based on Season and Demand)

Where To Find Our Cheeses

Here Are a few CHEESE SHOPS in NYC and the region. We're
available more widely, but THE LIST IS ALWAYS CHANGING,
so we can't list them all.

The Greene Grape
greenegrape.com
767 Fulton St
Brooklyn, NY

Eastern District
easterndistrictny.com
1053 Manhattan Ave
Brooklyn, NY 11222

Greenpoint Cheese & Meat
gpcheeseandmeat.com
192 Driggs Ave
Brooklyn, NY 11222

Astoria Bier and Cheese
astoriabierandcheese.com
3414 Broadway
Astoria, NY 11106

Talbott & Arding Cheese and Provisions
www.talbottandarding.com
323 Warren St.
Hudson, NY 12534

Rubiner's Cheesemongers
rubiners.com
264 Main St.
Great Barrington, MA 01230

The Cheese Traveler
thecheesetraveler.com
540 Delaware Ave.
Albany, NY 12209

Bedford Cheese Shop
bedfordcheeseshop.com
229 Bedford Avenue
Brooklyn, NY 11211

Lucy's Whey
lucyswhey.com
425 W 15th St,
New York, NY 10011

Eataly
eataly.com
200 5th Ave
New York, NY

Stinky Bklyn
stinkybklyn.com
215 Smith St.
Brooklyn, NY 11231

BKLYN Larder
bklynlarder.com
228 Flatbush Ave
Brooklyn, NY

Saxelby Cheese
saxelbycheese.com
120 Essex St.
New York, NY 10002

Murray's Cheese Shop
murrayscheese.com
254 Bleecker St.
New York, NY 10014

Campbell Cheese & Grocery
campbellcheese.com
502 Lorimer St.
Brooklyn, NY 11211




 

About Vulto Creamery

Wheels of Miranda aging in the caves at Walton, NY.

Wheels of Miranda aging in the caves at Walton, NY.

Vulto Creamery is located in Walton, a small town in the western Catskills of New York where it produces a variety of handmade cheese in small batches, using raw milk of the highest quality, obtained from local dairy farmers. The creamery was started by Jos Vulto, once called Brooklyn's "favorite urban cheesemaker". 

Jos had been making cheese in his apartment for about 5 years, aging it under the Brooklyn sidewalk. He had never set out to become a cheese maker but after half a year of experimenting and favorable reception of some of his creations, he started to explore the possibility of starting a creamery. He had been coming to Walton for several years where he and his wife owned a seasonal getaway. Being a very rural area with plenty of dairy farms, it was the perfect place to produce cheese. He started construction of the creamery in 2010 and after some tragic delays, finally produced the first legal batch in 2012.

You can read more about Jos Vulto's story in Specialty Foods MagazineModern Farmer, Grubstreet and Cheesenotes

Contact Us

Vulto Creamery
44 West Street
Walton, NY 13856

(347) 622-0134

jvulto-at-gmail-dot-com

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We used to blog about our cheesemaking at http://heinennellie.blogspot.com/, we dont keep it updated anymore but if you'd like to read some of our old posts, you can learn more about our journey to full-time cheesemaking!

Please note: our creamery is not open to the public. If you would like to arrange for a visit please contact us in advance.