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Montchevre debuts new washed-rind cheese.

Montchevre has introduced a new washed-rind goat's milk cheese called Darsonval. Composed of prime-quality goat's milk from Wisconsin, the cheese is made via classic techniques. It is lightly pressed and aged for 90 days in a temperature--and moisture-controlled room. For the first 45 days, the cheese is rotated and washed every other day. It then stays 45 more days in the curing room wherein the flavor develops. The distinctive Darsonval delivers the mild, sweet flavor of goat's milk. It is an ideal table cheese, or as the manufacturer recommends, makes a good melting cheese as a substitute for Raclette during the holiday season. Each cheese weighs approximately 4.5 pounds and is packed one per carton. For more information about any of their cheeses, call 310-541-3520, or visit


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Title Annotation:Dairy
Publication:Gourmet Retailer
Date:Nov 1, 2004
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