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Pierre Robert
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    This triple crčme cheese, invented by Rouzaire, is named after Robert Rouzaire and his son Pierre. Made in a small wheel, this cheese ripens to a perfect buttery texture with a tangy bite not often found in this style of cheese. Just a bit more animated than many of its counterparts, Pierre Robert is a wonderful cheese with its own unique integrity.

    Beverage to accompany: Champagne
    Quantity: 1.1 lb Wheel
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     Pointe de Bique

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    As a version of Pouligny-St.-Pierre, this tall pyramid of fresh goat cheese holds up to its predecessor admirably. When young it is yeasty, tangy with a fudgy, soft paste. For the full effect, we recommend ripening these little treasures until they develop a rind. Once this rind is established the alchemy will ensue. At its best, the cheese will have a silky, smooth layer under the rind with the smooth, dense paste making up the interior. The flavor expands into earthier goat cheese aromas, with a slightly pungent tang on the finish. This cheese comes in 8 oz portions.

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    Quantity: 8 oz Portion
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     Port Salut

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    Also called Port du Salut, this rich, savory cheese was originally made by Trappist monks in Entrammes, France. Lactic bacteria is used in production, which gives the cheese a acidity to complement its mild taste. It is shaped in thick wheels with a dense, pale yellow interior and an edible, bright orange rind. The Danish version is known as Esrom. Ours is made by S.A.F.R., one of the best and most authentic Port du Saluts. This supple cheese is popular for breakfast and snacking, especially with fruit, and goes well with rye bread.

    Beverage to accompany: Light red wines, dry white wines, Burgundy, American Pinot Noir, or Chardonnay
    Quantity: .45 lb Portion
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     Pyramide ash

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    The AOC version of this cheese is Valancay and is made with raw milk. Our selection from Jacquin is identical except that it is made with pasteurized milk. This cheese, named after the town in Berry, is made in the shape of a pyramid with the top part cut off. Legend has it that Talleyrand had the cheese invented for Napoleon during the Egyptian campaigns to remind him of the pyramids. But once the campains went sour, he had the tops flattened. Another story claims that Napoleon himself went through the town of Valancay after his disappointment in Egypt and at the sight of the little pyramids lopped their tops off with his sword. Disregard for the tops aside, this is a delightful cheese that will age to a beautiful combination of textures, silky smooth just under the rind and fudgy think toward the center. Once a wedge has been cut from top to bottom and removed it is a great presence on a cheeseboard. The 'Berceau' version is the same cheese with a little more age and mold, which is packaged in its own individual wooden crate for proper ripening. We sell this cheese in a case of 6 10 oz portions. Or in individual portions that have been aged longer.

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    Quantity: 10 oz Portion
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     Reblochon AOC

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    This endlessly satisfying cheese is made in the Haute-Savoie, and is sometimes called Reblochon de Savoie. Reblochon stems from reblecher, which roughly translates into 'to milk again' or in the Savoyard dialect, reblessa, 'to steal, swipe or engage in thievery'. Considering the history behind the cheese, it is an appropriate definition. Centuries ago, rent and taxes were paid by farmers to the landholders in the form of milk, cheese, or butter. Inventive farmers would allegedly milk the cows dry, then return later to milk the herd again for personal consumption. This second milking provided rich, high butterfat milk creating creamy, flavorful cheeses. The texture is creamy and smooth with a grassy, herbaceous flavor and often a strong, earthy aroma.

    Beverage to accompany: Pinot Noir, white wine from the Haute-Savoie, or fruity reds
    Quantity: 1.1 lb Wheel
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     Rochebaron

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    Rochebaron is a wonderful alternative to many of the softer brie-blue combinations available. It is very striking in the case or on the cheeseboard with its soft, gooey texture, and blue veining outlined by the blue-gray color of the ashed rind. The flavor is complex and satisfying while being not too sharp or aggressive.

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    Quantity: 1.3 lb Wheel
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     Roquefort Le Papillon AOC

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    Defined by its AOC status, the quality of Roquefort is never an issue. It dates back to 79 AD and by 1411, Charles VI granted the people of Roquefort the monopoly over ripening the cheese in their caves. It ws granted AOC in 1925, the first in France, and because of the demand allows the for use of milk from all over the Aquitaine, Languedoc, the Pyrenees, Provence and Corsica. However it may only be ripened in the natural caves of Mont Comblaou in the commune of Roquefort-sur-Soulzon. Affinage must be at least 3 months in the caves that are noted for the natural fissures known as fleurines that provide perfect ventilation, a temperature of about 50 degrees Celcius, and 95% humidity. The mold, Penicillium Roqueforti, must be made in France from traditional sources. Traditionally, wheat and rye breads were left to mold in the caves. When the bread is thorougly covered, the mold is dried and will be added to the curd. It also exists naturally in the caves and when the wind blows through the fleurines the spores fill the air. After cheese production the young cheese is transferred to the caves, pierced with needles and salted. The spore-laden air interacts witht he cheese encouraging the bloom of the Penicillium roqueforti mixed into the curds earlier. Soon they'll be placed on old oak planks for a minimum of 3 months. They are then wrapped in foil to eliminate air contact. Roquefort Papillon has a simultaneously creamy and crumbly texture and is mottled with fragrant, spicy blue mold. The flavor is sharp and salty with impeccable balance.

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    Quantity: 3 lb Portion, 1/2 Wheel
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     Roquefort Societe

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    Arguably the best blue cheese in the world, our Roquefort, cave-aged by the Societe fromagerie, is produced entirely from ewe’s milk that has been grazing on the vast plateaus of the Aveyron. The ripening of the cheeses is in the naturally damp caves found under the village of Roquefort-sur-Soulzon. The incomparable Societe are expert creators of cave-aged Roquefort http://www.roquefort-societe.com.

    Beverage to accompany: Pacific Rim Dry Riesling
    Quantity: 1/2 lb Portion
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     Saint Paulin

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    Saint Paulin is a traditional monastery cheese. Made of raw milk, it has a mild sweet flavor. The texture is semi-soft and The rind carefully washed with brine over time.

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    Quantity: 4 lb Wheel
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     Sainte-Maure Ash

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    Traditionally this goat cheese comes from the Touraine region of the Loire Valley, and bears an AOC under the full name Of Sainte~Maure de Touraine. Under the AOC designation it is made with raw milk, though the exported versions are pasteurized. It is always made in the shape of a log, with a piece of straw in the center to hold it together during aging and to ventilate The interior. The exterior has a dusting of ash. It is edible at many ages, from fresh and tangy to well aged, dry and robust. As it ages, it develops edible blue and white molds that contribute to the complexity of flavor. The 'Berceau' version is the Same cheese with a little more age and mold, which is packaged in its own individual wooden crate for proper Ripening. Our Case comes with 3/4 lb Logs.

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    Quantity: 5 Log Case
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