Fourme d'Ambert (120g), -

Grower: Mons
Region: Auvergne, France
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Size: 75cl bottle

Produced in Puy-de-Dome in the Auvergne region, Mons Fourme d'Ambert is one of France's oldest cheeses, dating back to the Roman occupation. The cheese is a traditional, semi-hard farmhouse blue cheese that is made from pasturised milk from Ferrandaise and Salers cattle breeds. Although the cheese matures in 40 days, it is cave-aged for two-three months for optimum quality. During the ageing time, it is injected with Vouvray moelleux, a sweet white wine. Fourme d'Ambert is more supple and dense than most blues. Ingredients: Pasturised Cow's Milk, Wine, Penicillium roqueforti Allergen Info: Milk

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