Holy Goat Cheese tasting Saturday 29th August

Come by this Saturday 29th between 2-4pm to taste some amazing Holy Goatcheeses such as the limited release & award winning Nectar and the cheese used by both contestants in the “Mystery Box Challenge” in the final of Masterchef 2015.


Sutton Grange Organic Farm is situated east of Castlemaine in Central Victoria, on 204 acres of rolling granite plains with spectacular views to Mount Alexander. It is home to Australia’s most acclaimed cheese Holy Goat Lu Luna.


Since 1999 Carla Meurs and Ann-Marie Monda have established an organically certified goatherd and farm cheese production (certified level A with the National Association for Sustainable Agriculture, NASAA). The goats have free range access to a rich variety of predominately native grasses, herbs and shrubs. These deep rooted, fibrous pastures suit the natural feeding habits of goats and produce high quality milk and cheeses with unique complexity and depth.


Ann-Marie and Carla have developed their organic herd management and cheese making skills on a diverse range of farms both in Australia and overseas. Their fine quality goat’s cheese reflects a respect and care for the natural environment, the health and well being of the goatherd and an integrated wholistic farm management.

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The ‘Holy Goat’ cheeses produced at Sutton Grange Organic Farm are hand made. The process is based on the traditional French soft curd style using slow lactic acid fermentation. The fresh delicate curds are hand ladled into individual moulds and allowed to drain slowly under their own weight. The cheeses range from fresh to aged and from ash coated to natural rind with a variety of shapes, each with their own distinctive flavour.