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Comté Vieux Extra 36 Months

Weight: 400

Maturation: min 36 months

Cheese Type: Cooked, Pressed semi-hard cheese

Comté cheese has been produced for a very long time. The first indications of this cheese date back more than 2000 years: it was much appreciated in Rome, especially by Julius Caesar. Nowadays, Comté has the highest production of all French AOC cheese, it is also one of our best sellers!

For cheese lovers, this three-year-old Comté is exceptional, perfect for special events. It will contain large tyrosine crystals, giving it an even saltier taste and crunchier texture.

To be enjoyed during your festive meals, it can be served with a Savagnin, a Vin Jaune from the Jura or, why not, a Champagne. Accompanied by a quince jam with sweet spices, or a lightly flavoured honey, our Comté 36 months will release all its aromas.

Can be stored in the fridge for up to 5 weeks. Take it out of the refrigerator an hour before serving it at the table to taste all its flavours.

Wine Pairing:

Red wines (Saint-Estephe, Pomerol)
White wines (Sauvignon, Gewurztraminer of Alsace)

Appelation Origine Controlee (AOC) label
Appelation Origine Protegge (AOP) label



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