reblochon


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reblochon

(ˈrʌbləˌʃɒn)
n
a soft French cheese
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But it's also possible to have adventures in food and Val D'Arly's main focus is traditional Savoyard farming villages producing Beaufort, Reblochon and Tomme de Savoie cheeses to add to the region's groaning larder.
It has an upscale restaurant where you can try the famous local Reblochon cheese or the Raclette.
Region: Napanook Vineyard, Napa Valley Varietal: Bordeaux Blend Price: $360 Aromas: Lactic notes, vanilla, ripe cherries Flavors: Plum, Blueberries, dark chocolate Impression: Incredible subtle, silky tannins Structure: Excellent balance and concentration Drink with: Camembert, Brie, Reblochon or Cambozola cheeses and crackers Why I loved this wine?
1 whole Reblochon cheese (450g) - if you can't find this, a mixture of gruyere, brie or camembert would work
MR CROQUEWICH Petit Croquewich: Served with potato croquettes, reblochon cheese dipping sauce and sweet pickled vegetables.
The Municipality of La Clusaz wishes to entrust the management and operation of the facilities of the Hameau des Alpes, consisting of a ski museum and Reblochon and outdoor spaces.
Above these lay slices of melting reblochon cheese and thyme.
My favourite was the tartiflette gratin with reblochon ice-cream.
Cow's cheese: Camembert, Saint Felicien, reblochon, French Epoisees and Comte.
Other favorites included a nutty, gooey Reblochon and a blue cheese with a powerful tang.