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Vulto Creamery

Walton, New York

Vulto Creamery is a small creamery in the western reaches of the Catskill Mountains. Founded by Jos Vulto, a former artist and metalsmith, the creamery produces five raw milk cheeses. Following a model found more often in Europe than the U.S. the creamery is located in a small building in the center of town, and the milk is sourced from a nearby farm. The raw Jersey milk used to make Vulto's cheeses comes from a 25 cow dairy in nearby Delhi, New York. The animals are grass fed in season, and fed a diet of dry hay supplemented with a touch of grain in the winter months.

Jos is largely a self taught cheesemaker - he experimented making cheeses in his apartment kitchen for years while he was living in Brooklyn, learning the rudiments of dairy science. He and his wife Miranda had a country home in Walton, New York, and in 2012, Jos launched Vulto Creamery and began splitting his time between Walton and Brooklyn.

Wheels of cheese in metal racks

Cheeses From This Farm

  • Hamden
  • Miranda
  • Ouleout
  • Walton Umber
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Photo Credits: Vulto Creamery