Monks made the first Epoisses. You’d make good cheese too if your boss were omnipresent.
With its strong aroma and deep orange exterior, you might expect Époisses to have a bold flavor. Instead you'll find a smooth and silky cheese with a unique, slightly salty taste. Spread on raisin bread or gingerbread, Époisses is perfect with a sweet white wine at the end of a meal.
Origin Burgundy, France
Production & Aging Washed with Marc de Bourgogne spirit, which gives it a distinctive flavor, and aged at least 4 weeks
Appearance Smooth, washed rind with an orange tint that darkens with age
Taste & Texture Creamy with a strong aroma and a smooth, soft, mouth-watering flavor
Wine Pairing Suggestions Bourgogne Blanc, Cahors, Champagne, Gewurtztraminer d'Alsace, Muscat de Beaumes de Venise, Riesling d'Alsace, White Bordeaux
Beer Pairing Suggestions Belgian Triple, Double IPA, Stout
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