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Raclette du Valais AOP

Raclette du Valais AOP

Genuine Valais raw milk cheese is produced with great care from traditional recipes. Depending on maturity times, there are four types, the Raclette Alp, Hobel and Tomme cheeses. The official designation of origin (AOP) is a guarantee of quality and origin and is stamped into the back of the cheese.mais

Vacherin Fribourgeois AOP

Vacherin Fribourgeois AOP

This cheese is characterised by its distinctive flavour and reflects the entire palette of scents found in the flora of the Freiburgerland. Thanks...mais

Tilsiter Switzerland

Tilsiter Switzerland

A strong label

Swiss emigrants have spread the art of...mais
Tête de Moine AOP cheese dairies

Tête de Moine AOP...

Cheese is no longer produced at Bellelay abbey in the Bernese Jura....mais

Raclette du Valais AOP

Genuine Valais raw milk cheese is produced with great care from traditional recipes. Depending on maturity times, there are four types, the Raclette Alp, Hobel and Tomme cheeses. The official designation of origin (AOP) is a guarantee of quality and origin and is stamped into the back of the cheese.

Genuine Valais raw milk cheese is produced with great care from traditional recipes.

Vacherin Fribourgeois AOP

This cheese is characterised by its distinctive flavour and reflects the entire palette of scents found in the flora of the Freiburgerland. Thanks to its melt-in-the-mouth and fragrant body, Freiburger Vacherin AOP assumes a high rank among cheese specialities. It continues to be made to an old, unique original recipe. As the base ingredient, it lends the "Fondue moitié-moitié" creaminess and flavour.

The creamy delicacy

As a genuine regional product, Freiburger Vacherin AOP is a subtle reflection of the entire palette of aromas of the flora found in the foothills of the Alps and on the Freiburg high plateau.

Tilsiter Switzerland

A strong label

Swiss emigrants have spread the art of cheesemaking to many other countries. To former East Prussia for instance, that is today part of Russia. Otto Wartmann, who originally came from Thurgau, returned home from a little town called Tilsit in East Prussia in 1893.

A strong label

Swiss emigrants have spread the art of cheesemaking to many other countries. To former East Prussia for instance, that is today part of Russia. Otto Wartmann, who originally came from Thurgau, returned home from a little town called Tilsit in East Prussia in 1893.

Tête de Moine AOP cheese dairies

Cheese is no longer produced at Bellelay abbey in the Bernese Jura. However, visitors can, by appointment, see the historic show-dairy where the celebrated Tête de Moine was once made. The visit can also include a tour, led by a knowledgeable guide, of the impressive abbey church, as well as a cheese tasting – reservations required.