Produced for over 1,000 years in France, you might say Fourme d’Ambert has passed the test of time.
One of the mildest blue cheeses, Fourme d'Ambert is creamy with a delicate, fruity flavor, making it an ideal addition to salads or simply with bread or pear slices. Enjoy Fourme d'Ambert with fruity red or sweet dessert wines.
Origin Auvergne, France
Production & Aging Aged in caves for 2 months
Appearance Narrow cylindrical shape, ivory-colored with blue veins
Taste & Texture Semi-hard, off-white paste with blue veins and a mild, delicately fruity flavor with mushroom overtones
Wine Pairing Suggestions Côtes du Rhône, Saumur-Champigny, Sauternes
Beer Pairing Suggestions Belgian Triple, Stout
Similar Cheeses Bleu d’Auvergne