(802) 496-4559 - Phone
A family farm in the truest sense of the word, all five members of the Faillace family (mom Linda and dad Larry and young adults Francis, Heather, and Jackie) are involved in the business that includes The Schoolhouse Market and Three Shepherds Cheese.|
The Schoolhouse Market is located in the circa 1897 East Warren Schoolhouse in the rural farmlands of Warren, Vermont. The Faillace's believe that the best food is that which is grown and produced closest to home. They stock their market with the finest seasonal Vermont and organic fruits, vegetables, meats, and cheeses. You will find a carefully selected array of affordable wines and locally brewed microbeers at the market. Freshly baked local pies and breads arrive on Thursdays and Fridays and often sell out early. And, like all country stores, The Schoolhouse Market stocks staples such as milk, butter, and eggs. But you can also pick up practical handcrafted gifts that include beautiful cutting boards made from locally harvested woods, locally milled soaps and body creams, jams, jellies and sauces made from the bounty of the Vermont summer, and of course, Vermont Maple Syrup made right in the Mad River Valley. While you're there, be sure to check out the word, history, and geography games from the nationally acclaimed Bethump'd series - Linda's dad, Glen, created all of them!
Cheesemaking is an equally important part of the family business. Three Shepherds of the Mad River Valley transforms the highest quality local milk into handcrafted, artisanal, raw milk cheeses which are aged in the unique straw bale aging cellar. Larry and daughter Jackie are the cheesemakers. Jackie began making cheese when she was 12 years old, making her America's youngest professional cheesemaker. The father-daughter team make cheese from April through November as well as teach cheesemaking classes throughout the year. The name, Three Shepherds of the Mad River Valley, was chosen to honor the Faillace children and acknowledge all the effort and hard work they put into the farm and store.
The farm and Schoolhouse Market are open year round and visitors are always welcome.
Grocery Stores / Supermarkets
- Alcohol : Beer (cold)
- Facilities : Local Produce, Organic Produce
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