Rich, crumbly and moist, Roquefort is known as the King of the Blues. It features a balanced, savory, salty flavor that's delicious on its own, as an accent in salads, or as perfect ending to a meal with nuts and figs, especially with a sweet dessert wine.
Origin Midi-Pyrénées, France
Production & Aging Aged in the caves of Mont Combalou for 3–9 months
Appearance Round wheel, the paste is ivory white with holes and blue-green mold
Taste & Texture Crumbly and moist, with a zesty and creamy taste
Wine Pairing Suggestions Banyuls
Beer Pairing Suggestions Imperial Stout, Porter, Stout
Similar Cheeses Bleu d’Auvergne, Fourme d'Ambert