Lingot du Berger

In the world of French cheese, you will find dozen and dozen of lingot (usually lingot of something...) mainly produced with goat milk, the name comes from the shape of the cheese : ingot or lingot

In that case, Lingot du berger literally : the Shepherd's Lingot, comes from la Ferme Linol in the South West of France near Brive la Gaillarde. A small farm dedicated to goat cheeses. 

You can taste this cheese, fresh, half dry or dry and the more it get matured, the more goaty flavored the taste of the cheese becomes. A typical goat cheese with an original bittersweet taste.

A Sancerre wine (sauvignon grape) will be the adequate wine friend

Enjoy.

 

Weight
150 g
(5,25 Ozs)
Maturing
Entire
Season
Spring
Summer
Fall

Pairing wine

Dry white wine (chenin grape) : Vouvray sec

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