BIG NEWS: Kickstarter Underway.
Join the Party Oct. 27

If you're a fan of good parties, artisan cheese and art overall, you'll be happy to know the William Cofield Kickstarter drive is running. Our goal is within reach and we need your help.

What's in it for you? Plenty, including an incredible, gotta-be-there party at The Barlow Oct. 27. Read more and join the drive here. And please pass the word and invitation along to friends. 

And while you're at it, check out this encouraging piece in the Press Democrat.  

 

Cheese. Wine. Friendship.
The best improve with age.
And the best led to William Cofield Cheesemakers

William Cofield Cheesemakers brings to Sonoma County its first proper British style cheesemaker.

In doing so it also brings together two old friends - one a winemaker, one a cheesemaker and both at the top of their game. Their reunion promises to produce their best work yet.

Keith Adams and Rob Hunter, founders of William Cofield Cheesemakers, are proud to introduce Wine Country to two tasty and exciting new cheeses: a complex, Stilton-inspired blue and a lush, cloth-bound aged Cheddar.

And for the more mild and playful at heart, William Cofield offers the squeakiest cheese curds this side of the Wisconsin border. All three cheeses make use of certified organic milk from grass-fed cows in nearby Petaluma.  

The blue, the aged cheddar and the curds serve as the latest in the prize-winning canon of cheesemaker Keith Adams, whose own work and reputation with Alemar Cheese gave him valued access to master cheesemakers in the U.S., Canada and England.  He created William Cofield Cheesemakers with wine country luminary Rob Hunter, former winemaker for Markham, Sterling, and for the past 12 years, Bennett Lane Winery. Rob brings to William Cofield Cheesemakers the same gift of precision and detail that defined his wines and established his name worldwide.

The result is a taste experience that meets not only the exact demands of proper British style cheese, but the demands that two successful, passionate men have of their craft and themselves.

From two best friends, William Cofield offers cheese worthy of yours.