Chaource cheese

Similar to camembert, Chaource cheese takes its name from a town in France’s Champagne region. It has a white, downy rind with an ivory-colored center. The fruity, rich flavor intensifies and becomes saltier as it matures. Chaource makes a pleasant after-dinner cheese and pairs well with full-bodied white wines. See also cheese.



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