Seven years ago, best friends Trudi Wagner and Patty Floersheimer opened goat.sheep.cow., a tiny shop on Church Street just South of Broad in Charleston’s, historic downtown district. The small fromagerie and wine shop supplies its faithful local clientele with European-inspired delicacies. After years of requests by these customers for dine-in and by-the-glass service, the two dreamed up their second venture. In November of 2016 they opened the doors to goat.sheep.cow.,north in the up-and-coming “Upper Peninsula” neighborhood. In addition to a retail area four times the size of their original store, the new location boasts a beautiful café and wine bar which recently received “Best New Restaurant Design” from the readers of Eater Charleston. The two women found themselves in the cheese business via very different paths: Trudi from a successful career on Wall Street at the NYSE and Patty from a lifetime of custom clothing design and manufacturing. As is true of many great friendships, this one was forged in the kitchen, planning and executing wine-centered dinners. Both will tell you that from the time they met in 2007, they’ve never tired of each others’ company.