Emmi Roth USA Honored at Global Cheese Awards

Emmi Roth took him medals in the Overseas Cheese category as well as the Single Specialty Cheese Hard category.
Emmi Roth took him medals in the Overseas Cheese category as well as the Single Specialty Cheese Hard category. Image Used with Permission

Emmi Roth USA received awards for its Grand Cru Reserve, Grand Cru Surchoix and Montanella Raclette cheeses at the recent Global Cheese Awards, held Sept. 11, at the Frome Agricultural & Cheese Show in Frome, England. 

Since January, Emmi Roth has been recognized with 17 award wins in domestic and international competitions.

Roth Grand Cru Reserve took home a gold medal in the Single Specialty Cheese Hard category. Crafted in authentic copper vats and cured by Roth cellar masters for a complex and full-bodied flavor unlike any other, Grand Cru Reserve is aged six to eight months to develop earthy and nutty flavors. Last month, Grand Cru Reserve took home the prestigious title of Grand Champion at World Dairy Expo.

Roth Grand Cru Surchoix also secured a gold award in the Overseas Cheeses category, which consisted of cheeses from non-European countries. Made from a combination of the finest Wisconsin milk and classic Swiss traditions, Roth Grand Cru Surchoix cures for a minimum of nine months, providing a firm texture and complex flavors of caramel, fruit, and mushroom.

Montanella Raclette, a classic washed rind cheese, was awarded silver in the Overseas Cheese category. Montanella Raclette is handcrafted in small batches and cellar cured to deliver a velvety, semi-soft body and a nutty, yeasty finish.

“We are honored to receive continued recognition for all of our cheeses on national and international stages,” says Linda Duwve, vice president of sales and marketing at Emmi Roth USA. “Our cheesemakers and cellar masters are committed to delivering exceptional products. Award wins like this demonstrate the hard work and dedication everyone puts into our cheeses.”

Since 2011, the Global Cheese Awards have brought together cheesemakers from across the world to compete for various titles of distinction. This year’s competition featured more than 1,200 entries from 15 different countries.  

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