Fromagerie Combremont, a Gourmino cheese dairy
Daring to try new things and experimenting; that's what makes the profession of cheesemaker interesting for me.
Fromagerie Combremont is an artisanal cheese dairy located in Combremont-le-Petit, a village surrounded by fields in the Broye region of Vaud. Thanks to a young, creative and passionate team, we produce and refine a variety of cheeses from local cow and goat milk. We make our specialties of soft, semi-hard, hard and blue cheeses, as well as the undisputed Gruyère AOP.
I combine in my cheese dairy the best of my experience
Growing up in a cheese-making family in the Allgäu (Germany), I have cheese-making in my genes. Before I took over my own business, I wanted to learn from the best in every discipline. That's why I worked in different companies - from small to industrial - and in 5 different countries. Today, I combine the best of all experiences in my own dairy, la Fromagerie Combremont.
I have completely rebuilt and renovated the cheese dairy after taking over in 2016.
There is nothing that I can't make in my cheese dairy. The processes are set up efficiently, allowing me to experiment and make many other specialties in addition to my flagship product, Gruyère AOP.
13 cow milk and
2 goat milk suppliers
The milk suppliers are all within a radius of 4 kilometers to the dairy. The local processing of the fresh and rich milk is crucial for the quality of my cheeses.
Cheese dairy shop
We offer a large selection of different cheese specialties from our own production and from partner dairies. We give pride of place to local artisan produce and create cheeseboards for events and special occasions.
Mon-Sat 8am-12am / 5pm-7pm
Facts and figures - A century of production and utilization of local milk
Cheese dairy tradition since 1851
1923: Construction of the Fromagerie Combremont
1991: Foundation of the "Société de Laiterie des 3 Villages" (cheese dairy of the 3 villages)
2016: Takeover of the cheese dairy by Michael Hanke.
Number of milk suppliers: 16 (including 2 goat milk producers).
Amount of milk processed annually: 2.5 million liters