|Country of Origin||France|
|Milk||Raw cow’s milk|
|Weight and Shape||225 g (8 oz), Round|
|Size||Diameter 12 cm (5 inches), Height 4 cm (1.5 inches)|
|Taste||Rich, flowery, nature|
|Pairing||Cider, apple marmalade, Burgundy|
The Deaville is the attributes combination from two famous washed-rind cheeses in Normandy: Pont-l’Évêque and Livarot.
This cheese is incredibly unique and has its own character and style.
Deauville Tasting Notes
The Deaville has a brown-orange, thin-moist rind which cracks with age.
Rich and natural flowery qualities of the cows’ grazing pastures comes through in the flavor of this slightly milky semi-soft cheese.
How to Enjoy Deaville (PAIRING)
You can pair this cheese with wine of similar region such as Volnay, Chambolle-Musigny or Nuits-Saint-Georges.
Pairing with apple marmalade or a glass of apple cider (see below for our recommendation) are excellent choices too.
Our favorite apple cider to go along with Deaville:
More Cheeses from France:
- Abbaye de Cîteaux
- Abbaye du Mont des Cats
- Abbaye de la Pierre-qui-Vire
- Abbaye de Tamié
- Bleu de Termignon
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