- Sharp, salty, and assertively tangy flavor with an earthy aroma
- Creamy texture with an ivory coloring and emerald-green veining
- Delicious addition to any charcuterie board and perfect for crumbling over salad
- Made with raw sheep's milk and ripened in natural limestone caves
- All-natural, artisanal French cheese
Featuring a history as rich as its taste, Roquefort cheese was the first cheese to be granted French AOC status in 1925, and was granted EU PDO status in 1996, thus protecting its traditional methods of production and unique characteristics. Societe Roquefort cheese is aged for at least 90 days in the natural, humid limestone caves within the Roquefort region of France, and is crafted using the liquid Penicillium roqueforti found in the damp caves. As it ages, the exterior of the cheese is salted to prevent the growth of a rind, leaving the outside moist and the inside creamy and slightly crumbly. Whether incorporating onto a cheeseboard or into your entrees, this renowned, flavorful cheese promises not to disappoint.
Societe's master cheese-makers are dedicating to crafting their Roquefort cheese using the same care and methods used since their beginning in 1863. Strictly adhering to DOP standards, they use local and organic, 100% raw, whole ewe's milk and do not use any preservative or additives in their simple, 3 ingredient recipe. Their cheese-makers also do not use any artificial products in the ripening process, providing you with an all-natural, artisanal French cheese. Promising the highest quality possible with their DOP status, let Societe Roquefort cheese take your patrons on a journey through the flavors of France.