Reblochon Fermier de Savoie PDO (Protected Designation of Origin)

Reblochon Fermier de Savoie PDO (Protected Designation of Origin)

Reblochon Fermier de Savoie PDO is manually farmed with milk from the same herd, twice a day, just after milking. Even if it has the same creamy and nutty taste as Reblochon Fruitier, its flavor is stronger. To recognize it, there is a green circle marked on its rind.


The Reblochon Fermier de Savoie PDO is a round cheese, 13 cm in diameter and weighs about 450 g. Its orange-yellow rind is covered with a fine white foam. Sliced, it reveals a creamy and supple ivory color cheese. On the palate, it expresses sweet and subtle flavors, enhanced by the slight taste of hazelnuts.


The Reblochon Fermier de Savoie PDO is matured for a minimum of 18 days on spruce boards.


This uncooked, pressed cheese is made from raw, whole cow's milk. 


  • Custom cut 
  • Standard package
La petite histoire - CHABERT

The little story

Born in the 13th century in the valley of Thônes in Haute-Savoie, France, the Reblochon Fermier de Savoie PDO is the result of a clandestine marauding. Farmers who worked on alpine pastures had to compensate the land owner on the basis of the collected milk. The farm workers did not fully milk the cows until after the controllers /owners left. The resumed milking and saved the rest, which was very rich in cream, to make cheeses for their personal consumption.