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Anneau du Vic-Bilh

Weight: 220

Maturation: 10 days

Cheese Type: Uncooked, Unpressed soft cheese

Anneau du Vic-Bilh is a variety of cottage cheese hailing from the picturesque region of Bigorre, nestled in the Pyrenees Mountains. This unique cheese boasts a distinctive circular shape, complete with a 10-centimeter ring and a 2-centimeter hole in the center, lending it an uncanny resemblance to a delectable doughnut.

With a harmonious blend of salty and tangy notes, this cheese offers a fine, creamy, and exquisite texture. Its rind, adorned with a subtle bluish hue and a touch of wood ash, veils a pristine white interior. This artisanal cheese delicately captures the essence of goat’s milk, presenting a fresh and invigorating flavour profile.


Enjoy it as an appetizer, elevate your cheese platter, or pair it with a delectable jam. For a more indulgent experience, pair this cheese with a crisp, dry white wine to complement its unique flavours.

To preserve the exquisite qualities of Anneau du Vic-Bilh, store it in your refrigerator. If necessary, wrap it in cheese paper.

Wine Pairing:

White wines (Sauvignon Blanc, Pouilly Fume)

Raw
Goat
Full

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