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I have been to see cheese production and talk with the farmers with my students. Very innovative and modern organic production. It is spare because they focus on the cheeses. They are all very good. And expect to meet hard working farmers. You may have...More
For just $180 my 8 friends and I set up a private cheese tasting and brought our own wine. It was the perfect way to spend an afternoon on MV. The cheese was amazing, the farm story was so special. I fell in love with...More
The Grey Barn sells fabulous cheeses. The owner has a wealth of knowledge about cheeses that he willingly shares with others. But the tour we went on was touted to be an experience watching how cheese is made. It turned out to be little more...More
The Grey Barn is a very pretty setting. The store is pretty spare. They have a few vegetables and a case of meats, but the focus is on the cheese. There are three varieties, and no samples. Or rather in order to get a sample...More
This is the way milk and eggs are supposed to taste, lest we forget. They also have award-winning cheeses and many different vegetables, sold in a picturesque setting. A true Vineyard experience for tourists but one that never gets old for us "natives" either.
It is well worth traveling from where we were staying up to Chilmark to visit The Grey Barn. You drive down the long drive and your treated to the cutest scene of baby chicks scurrying about. The store is expensive, but filled with fresh cheese,...More
After sampling their wonderful cheeses at the West Tisbury Farmer's market, we decided to visit their self-serve farmstand to pick up some cheese before returning to mainland Massachusetts. Yes, good, small production cheese can be expensive, but their prices and atmosphere (including a pricey farm...More