Master Cheesemaker Pairing PlateS

There are only 58 Master Cheesemakers in the United States, and four of them work for Sartori Cheese (which helped differentiate us from other cheese brands as a premier specialty cheese company) . To highlight this aspect of our brand, I worked with each of our Master Cheesemakers to design a cheese plate that corresponded to the type of cheese they specialized in. 

The cheese plates encapsulate their personalities and pairing preferences in a distinctive format. We shared the crafted cheese plates across Facebook, Twitter, Instagram and Pinterest, which was met with excitement and interaction from our social community.

I was in charge of the content strategy, food styling & photography, social media copywriting, and social promotion for this project.

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Rosemary & Olive Oil Asiago

Master Cheesemaker Mark Gustafson chose to pair Sartori Rosemary & Olive Oil Asiago with sun-dried tomatoes, pickles, Cocktail Rye bread, and roasted cashews.

 

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Extra-Aged Goat Cheese

Master Cheesemaker Pam Hodgson chose to pair Sartori Extra-Aged Goat Cheese with crackers, mint jelly, raspberries, and candied pecans.

 

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SarVecchio Parmesan

Master Cheesemaker Larry Steckbauer chose to pair Sartori SarVecchio Parmesan with figs, raincoast crisps, salami, and honey.

 

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Pastorale Blend

Master Cheesemaker Mike Matucheski chose to pair Sartori Pastorale Blend® with olives (Greek, Spanish, and garlic-stuffed), thin sliced Polish sausage with garlic, rosemary artisan bread, and mixed nuts (with no peanuts).

 

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