I'm not entirely sure by what you mean by , " how do you think it would go if I brought to market only 3 varieties of Raw aged cheese?"
Do you normally offer more than three varieties?
Our artisan dairy here makes and sells only two different cheeses , they do very well , their cheese goes for a premium price at our farmers market , and is now in all the local stores as well , so yours should go well.
I think many small cheese makers make only one or two varieties , I myself am working towards being a licensed cheese maker , and my goal is to come up with just one or two that I can make consistently , as well as something people will buy regularly.
If you have way too much made , there are also wholesale buyers that will buy quantities of cheese and further age them themselves , one can move a lot of cheese in one deal if they like it , just do a search for one.
I have talked to one buyer from Vancouver , if he likes a cheese , he will buy all he can , and further age it or just re-sell it if he thinks it's ready.
Go for it and good luck.
Cheers , Jim.