Here's a quick breakdown of the top cheeses to try, according to local cheesemongers.

Steven Rothenberg—Owner of Liberty Heights Fresh (1290 S. 1100 East, SLC, 801-467-2434)

Clockwise Left to Right: Berkswell raw sheep's milk cheese, Amour Blood Orange spread, Snowy Moutain's Timpanogos Peak, Amour Pear-Lavender jam, Rockhill's Wasatch Moutain, Duval's Snowy Cap, Marcona almonds, Membrillo, Idiazabal sheep's milk cheese.


Andy FitzgerrellWhole Foods, Sugar House (1131 E. Wilmington Ave., SLC, 801-359-7913)

Clockwise Left to Right: Caramelized Spanish pecans, flatbread cracker, Medjool dates; Snowy Mountain's LaSal Peak drizzled with Aseda honey, Comtes Grand Affinage, Fuji Apple slices, Avalanche goat cheddar, Creminelli coppa.


Matt CaputoCaputo's Market & Deli (316 W. 300 South, SLC, 801-531-8669)

Clockwise Left to Right: Slide Ridge honey, Snowy Mountain Strawberry Peak, 2005 Corton Charlemagne, Slide Ridge Cacysir honey wine, Caputo's Reserve Ossau, Testun al foglie di castagna, Epic Smoked & Oaked Ale, baguette, Cremeux des citeaux aux truffe, Fourme aux Mouilleaux, Fourme, chocolate disc, hazelnut and honey spoon.

Troy PetersonCaputo's on 15th (1516 S. 1500 East, SLC, 801-486-6615)

Left to Right: Speck from Alto Adige, Alta Badia from Alto Adige, Tuscan chestnut honey, truffles, Roman hazelnuts, Snowy Mountain's Timpanogos Peak, Rose Wine, French blue cheese, Brainless Belgian beer from Epic.

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