|Country of Origin||France|
|Age||6 to 10 weeks|
|Weight and shape||200 g (7 oz), Round|
|Size||Diameter 10 cm (4 inches), Height 2.5 cm (1 inch)|
|Producer||Abbaye de la Pierre-qui-Vivre|
|Texture||Soft, smooth, and supple interior|
|Pairing||Full-bodied red wine, mix with mashed potatoes and grill|
This benedictine abbey was founded in 1850 by a priest named Dom Muard in the Yonne region. In the 1920s, the cheese became extremely well-known for its delicious and semi-soft texture.
Abbaye de la Pierre-qui-Vire is kinda similar to Epoisses and is made from the milk of Brune-des-Alpes cows (the monks’ herd of around 40 cows).
Abbaye de la Pierre-qui-Vire Tasting Notes
A washed cheese that is incredibly flavorful and aromatic. It has a strong country taste.
How to Enjoy Abbaye de la Pierre-qui-Vire (PAIRING)
Abbaye de la Pierre-qui-Vire is the ideal cheese to add onto your cheeseboard.
Alternatively, you can also mix with mashed potatoes and grill for a delicious treat.
Serve with lively, full-bodied red wine Burgundy, such as Beaune.
Our favorite package mashed potato to go along with this cheese:
- Made with 100% Real Idaho potatoes
- Naturally Gluten-Free potatoes perfectly blended with rich butter for a classic favorite
- Includes 10 (1.5oz) convenient cups
- Easy and quick to prepare—simply add water and ready in minutes
- Great to pair with any meat or vegetable as a part of a wholesome family meal
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