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January 04, 2009



How I envy you for the choice of goat cheeses on the photo! I still remember your article about Marguerite and her goats and cheese - you didn't give away her address:-)...

And I do totally agree, that this kind of cheese goes along with veil wines - I made one some years ago, which we called "Bel Hazard", because it was not made intentionally and it proves excellent with ripe coated goat cheese - also with old Cantal or Cheddar...

and La Gramière is also on my "places to go" list for the future, so we will see, who get's there first:-)

Bonne année



Bonne année Bertrand.
It looks delicious goat cheeses! I hope 2009 will be a nice year for you.

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