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French Cheeses

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Roquefort Vieux Berger

Roquefort Vieux Berger

Les Causses

Roquefort is one of the most famous of all cheeses. It has a creamy, white paste with green-blue veining and a full flavour characteristic of a ewe's milk cheese. Vieux Berger is one of the last hand-made Roqueforts.
4.40 per 100g

Saint Nectaire

Saint Nectaire

Auvergne

Saint nectaire is traditionally matured on rye straw in vaulted cellars in the Dore Mountains. The taste has a hint of the volcanic soil of the Auvergne.
3.10 per 100g

Sainte Maure de Touraine

Sainte Maure de Touraine

Touraine

A log-shaped soft, creamy cheese with a full, goaty flavour. The rind is blue-grey and a distinctive feature is the straw running through the centre.
12.00

Selles-sur-Cher

Selles-sur-Cher

Western Sologne (Centre)

The lush terrain from which Selles-sur-Cher originates results in a very fine textured cheese, with a nutty, slightly sweet flavour. The tate of goats milk is well defined without being overpowering.
7.00

Soumaintrain

Soumaintrain

Champagne/Burgundy borders

When young, the rind is washed with brine which encourages the development of a creamy paste and a full flavour and aroma. It then develops a white, bloomy coat.
3.80 per 100g

St Felicien

St Felicien

Bourgogne, Lyonnais

The crust, texture and flavour of the St Felicien are soft due to the method of production, using soft curd, or caille doux. Superb with a chilled Sancere or Pouilly Fume (both of which we stock).
6.00

St Marcellin

St Marcellin

Dauphine Region

This small cheese is mild, acidic, and salty. As it matures from a fresh to a dry, ripe cheese, the flavour develops. It is at its best when the paste clings to the knife.
3.70

Tomme de Savoie

Tomme de Savoie

Savoie, France

Tomme is the generic term for a deep disc-shaped cheese. The locals dunk this cheese in their soup, as well as serving it for breakfast. The cheese is firm but supple, mild in flavour with a hint of walnuts.
2.90 per 100g

Vieux Lille

Vieux Lille

Flanders

Also known as Gris de Lille, this cheese is extremely strong and pungent. It is a type of Maroilles cheese but is matured for twice as long and is regularly washed with brine or beer.
2.90 per 100g

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