NEW: First in Organization’s History – 11 Finger Lakes Cheese Alliance Farms in 1 Place!

Wrap It Up Gift Shop now offers an assortment of cheeses from the Finger Lakes Cheese Alliance where you’ll find: goat cheese infused with Rosemary Garlic, Red Hot Pepper, honey Garlic Blend, Mediterranean Herb, Cinnamon Cranberry, and Feta Goat Cheese.  You can also find Smoked Bacon Cheddar, 3-year Cheddar, Blueberry Jack, Garlic Herb Jack, Organic Extra Sharp Cheddar, Organic Dill Gouda, Organic Smoked Gouda, Organic Garlic Chives, Raw Milk Cheeses, Pizza jack, Raspberry Jack, Onion & Chai Jack, Jalapeno Jack and many more…

At Wrap it Up Gift Shop, they endeavor to showcase that talent by stocking shelves that are filled to the brim with hand-picked pieces from over 120 local artists.  Inventory is both eclectic and practical, suitable for any budget.

Owners Randy and Linda maintain relationships with each artist, ranging from a 10-year-old to a 77-year-old Trumansburg native, allowing them to keep the shop updated, while also taking custom orders on select pieces.

Items include (but not at all limited to) pottery, paintings, jewelry, clothing, beeswax candles, and New York State Maple Syrup and local honey, with new items arriving every week. You’re always welcome to see what’s new at “Wrap It Up!

While picking out those perfect pieces, stop by their cafe for a cuppa joe and one of their delicious cinnamon buns!

Posted in Cheese Trail, Dine LOCAL, LOCAL Stuff and Unique Gifts

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