Maturation: 6 weeks
Cheese Type: Uncooked, Unpressed cheese with a washed rind
The unpasteurised cow’ s milk Munster cheese, also called Munster Gerome was first produced by the XIIth Century by the Benedictine monks in the Monastery in the Vosgian area. The creamy washed rind has a stincky orange rind and a penetrating aroma. The cheese has a savory taste but not too strong and it gets some milky, nutty and slightly tangy notes. A sweet wine as Gewurztraminer or even Rieslig would be ideal to pair with the slightly sweet flavour of the cheese. In this version of the product : Cumin is added to its original fruity, nutty and cocoa aroma notes, creating a subtil and delicious flavour.
Red wine (Pinot noit)
White wine (Gewurstraminer)
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