Participating Stores & Restaurants:

Participating Stores


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Fromagination

12 South Carroll • Madison, WI 53703
Tel: 608-225-7167 • www.fromagination.com

Steve’s Wine Market

3618 University Ave • Madison, WI 53705 (one of two locations)
Tel: 608-233-6193 • www.steveswinemarkets.com

Whole Foods Market Madison

3313 University Ave • Madison, WI 53705
Tel: 608-233-9566 • www.wholefoodsmarket.com

Metcalfe’s (Sentry)

726 N. Midvale Blvd • Madison, WI 53705
Tel: 608-238-7612 • www.ShopMetcalfes.com

Barriques Market

Tel: 608-345-0776 • www.barriquesmarket.com

Participating restaurants:


L’Etoile

25 N Pinckney Street • Madison, WI 53703
Tel: 608-251-0500 • www.letoile-restaurant.com

Magnus

120 E Wilson St # 3 • Madison, WI 53703
Tel: 608-345-0776 • www.restaurantmagnus.com

Le Chardonnay

320 W Johnson St • Madison, WI 53703
Tel: 608-268-0372 • www.lechardonnayMadison.com

Harvest

21 N Pinckney Street • Madison, WI 53703
Tel: 608-255-6075 • www.harvest-restaurant.com

Orpheum

216 State Street • Madison, WI 53703
Main Office: 608-255-8755 • Restaurant: 608-255-2594
www.orpheumtheatre.net

Fresco

227 State Street • Madison, WI 53703
Tel: 608-663-7374 • www.frescomadison.com

Ocean Grill

117 Martin Luther King Jr. Bldv • Madison, WI 53703
Tel: 608-285-2582 • www.oceangrillmadison.com

Nadia’s Restaurant

508 State Street • Madison, WI 53703
Tel: 608-712-2355 • www.nadiasrestaurant.com

Johnny Delmonico's Steakhouse

130 S. Pinckney St • Madison, WI
Tel: 608-257-8325 • www.foodfightinc.com/delmonicos.htm

Morels Restaurant

4635 Chalet Street • Middleton, WI 53562
Tel: 608-836-7151 • www.morelsrestaurant.com

Sardine

617 Williamson Street • Madison, WI 53703
Tel: 608-441-1600 • www.sardinemadison.com

Otto's Restaurant & Bar

6405 Mineral Point Road • Madison, WI 53705
Tel: 608-274-4044 • www.ottosrestaurant.com

 


 

In addition, the University of Wisconsin-Madison is organizing a special colloqium exploring the cultural connections between Wisconsin & Normande

Conquest to Camembert

Thursday, October 2, 2008 • 5 pm
Room 4151 Grainger Hall • 975 University Avenue

This colloqium is free and open to the public. It will be followed by a cheese & cider reception brought to you by local vendors.

Click here for the Official Poster as a pdf

 

A two-day conference
Sept 30-Oct 1
Exhibition Hall
World Dairy Expo

Enthusiastic Exhibitors

The goal of the CINOR is to review the current status and future prospects of the Normande in a global econ­omy. The conference will bring together many of the world's associations, in particular Colombia, Chile, Uruguay, Belgium, Ireland, Great Britain, the Czech Republic, as well as Mexico, Costa Rica, Ecuador, Argentina, Brazil and possibly others.


Following the presentations from each association, the conference will explore five principal themes:

  1. Adaptability of the Normande breed to grazing throughout the world and overall functional qualities (sturdiness, fertility, health)
  2. Use of the Normande for crossbreeding purposes in both intensive and extensive systems around the world
  3. Cheese-making qualities of the Normande milk from a technical and marketing point of view, with a compre­hensive look at the importance of BB Kappa Caseine and fat micelle
  4. Dual-purpose qualities of the Normande breed, with a special consideration of finishing off on grass
  5. Perspectives on the future of Normande genetics, with projected productions for the next 10-20 years and new possibilities for selection through advanced technologies
Click here for Conference Schedule