A uniquely American take on the French St. Marcellin, Vermont Creamery's St. Albans takes its name from the town of St. Albans, Vermont, and recalls the Creamery’s longstanding partnership with the St. Albans Cooperative, longtime producers of our high-quality cows’ milk. It is Vermont Creamery's first non-GMO Certified cheese as well as their first cheese made with 100 percent cows’ milk. Hand-shaped and aged for eleven days, these delicate cheese disks are packaged in sturdy ceramic crocks and wrapped in a breathable, perforated film. Even after packaging, St. Albans unique, wrinkled rinds continue to develop; the paste of the cheese becomes soft and spreadable, while the flavor becomes more robust. The crock serves as an ideal vessel for baking; warm St. Albans in the oven for a decadent, silky fondue and serve with sliced baguette or roasted fingerling potatoes.