Crottin - Pays Fort

Produce near Chavignol, in one farm, this cheese is the big (by the weight) cousin of the crottin de chavignol.
You can taste it at 3 different stages of maturation.

Fresh, during the summer, it has a milky taste that will fit with a rose wine

Half-dry, the taste beginns to be more nutty and it is at this stage of maturation that the cheese will perfectly married a sancerre wine (at least a sauvignon grape wine)

Dry, the cheese has a strong and nutty taste, hard to cut and will fit a Chinon wine.

100 g
(3,5 Ozs)

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