Bleu Du Bocage
From the Loire Region of France, this goat's milk blue's paste mellows to a bacony, toastiness while the blue veining intensifies into a tangy piquancy. The Bleu du Bocage is aged in Murray's own caves, giving the cheese a spicy but lightly sweet and acidic blue that is buttery and delicately smooth in texture. Each bite melts on the tongue like butter, leaving a taste of roasted pork and roasted walnuts lingering on the palate. Contrasting notes of fruitiness, bacon, and minerality pair best with rustic bread and a grassy glass of Sauvignon Blanc.
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