Posts tagged Camembert
Margaret River Organic Camembert

This Camembert, made from organic milk produced in Margaret River, is one to behold. It’s a rich cheese with strong characteristics that will rival your more traditional French styles. Displaying a more savoury, earthy and almost olive like characteristics, this cheese is not your typical camembert. Being certified organic means that no hormones, pesticides, herbicides, or antibiotics are given to the cows or grass they graze on.

Wine Pairing: Olivine Brut or Shimmer Sparkling

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HaVe OMG Blue

Depending on the degree of maturity, this cheese may vary in flavour from quite mild and nutty through to distinctly piquant and spicy.  This cheese is characterised by a network of green-blue veins of mould throughout the body of the cheese.  The veins are produced by piercing with fine stainless steel rods to also air into the cheese, so encouraging the internal growth of the blue mould and hence the lively tangy taste.

Wine Pairing: Shimmer Frizzante, Cane Cut Traminer

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HaVe Ash Blonde

This cheese, although made initially by a similar process to a Camembert, is made with a fine layer of vegetable ash beneath the white-mould rind. In addition to giving a pleasant surface texture and resistance to the tooth, this slows the proteolytic activity of the moulds, enabling the cheese to ripen more from within, giving a somewhat milder flavour.

Wine Pairing: Olivine Brut or Shimmer Sparkling

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Gillot Normandy Camembert

Gillot is a delightful Camembert, with a smooth velvety rind, and soft fruity centre. What is truly distinct about this cheese is its origins. The gillot creamery was founded in 1912, and is still a family operated fromagerie. They endeavour to preserve traditional Norman cheese, and if you’ve had the pleasure of tasting Gillot, you’ll agree they have succeeded.

Wine Pairing: Olivine Brut or Shimmer Frizzante

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