Roquefort

Roquefort

  • Sold by weight
  • Unpasteurised
  • First evidence of Roquefort was discovered in 79 A.D. when Pliny the Elder mentioned its rich aroma. It was the favourite cheese of Charlemagne. Roquefort is made exclusively from the milk of the red Lacaune ewes that graze on the huge plateau of Rouergue in central France. Roquefort quality comes from the ewes' milk and the maturation in natural caves. The taste is complex, creamy and soft.
Roquefort