Growing up and living in the state of Wisconsin, one becomes quite accustomed to cheese. You learn at a very young age that cheese is a staple at any meal. You can eat a cheese omelet or piece of toast with cheese on it for breakfast, grilled cheese for lunch, cheese and summer sausage or cheese on crackers for an afternoon or evening snake, and cheesy potatoes, cheese quesadillas, homemade cheese pizza, or whatever other dish you like with cheese added to it for dinner. Anyway, it doesn’t really matter how you eat cheese, but the truth is you really can’t go wrong with cheese on your food. You can eat it at any meal and it goes good all the time.
Since I have eaten cheese for as long as I can remember, I know without a doubt that I have definitely had my fair share. This cheese knowledge goes without saying, that when I try different types of cheese and cheese from various companies, I know which cheese is better than others. And at Widmer’s Cheese Cellars in Theresa, Wisconsin, an extremely high quality of cheese is produced.
To say it lightly, I love Widmer’s Cheese. There is no doubt in my mind that they produce the best cheese in the state of Wisconsin. Not to mention that they have received numerous accolades for their award-winning cheese.
So if you are as big of a cheese fan as I am, I highly recommend you check out Widmer’s Cheese Cellars. Whether you decide to drop in at the Widmer’s Cheese store or you just want to order online, both options are easy and convenient.
To give you some idea of the types of cheese varieties they have to offer, here is a list of ten customer favorites. (Note: many more varieties are available)
1. Cheddar (cheese curds, pepper cheese curds, smoked, pepper, different ages and poundage)
2. Brick (cheese curds, pepper, spread, caraway, different ages and poundage)
3. Colby (pepper, vegetable, caraway, different ages and poundage)
4. Aged Brick Spread
5. String Cheese
7. Blue Cheese
10. Swiss (baby, aged)
For a complete listing of all cheese varieties, products, and prices, visit www.widmerscheese.com.
If you decide to drop in at Widmer’s Cheese Cellars, they are open during the following days and times.
Monday – Friday: 6:30 am – 5:00 pm
Saturday: 7:00 am – 5:00 pm
Sunday: 10:00 am – 4:00 pm (June through October)
(all times listed are central)
For travelers on Highway U.S. 41, take the Hwy 28 Exit and go West off this Exit. You will take Hwy 28 west until you reach the intersection of Hwy 175. At this intersection you will go South and this will take you directly into the village of Theresa. You will then turn right onto W. Henni Street. Widmer’s Cheese Cellars will be immediately to your right hand side. On-street parking directly outside the building is very accessible.
If you are interested in ordering cheese or other products from Widmer’s Cheese Cellars and are unable to make it to Widmer’s in person, you can contact customer support at 888-878-1107 or 920-488-2503. You may also fax Widmer’s at 920-488-2130, or order online at www.widmerscheese.com.
Widmer’s Cheese Cellars address:
214 W. Henni St.
P.O. Box 127
Theresa, WI 53091