The fruity aromas of Tome des Bauges PDO will undoubtedly delight all cheese lovers. On the plate, Tome des Bauges PDO is traditionally tasted with a slice of country bread, but you can enhance the tasting with a few walnuts, hazelnuts, prunes or apples.
Cutting in the rules of art
Cheeses of round and flat shapes are similar to cakes. The cheese should be cut from the center to the end and then cut into a point slice.
The perfect pairing
Enjoy your Tome des Bauges PDO accompanied with white Roussette wine, or a red Mondeuse aged in an oak barrel.
Preserve it well
To preserve it, keep it in its original packaging at the bottom of the refrigerator. To reveal all its flavor, take it out one hour before tasting