Gourmet Blue Cheese

Our Featured Gourmet Blue Cheese
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Browse our great selection of International and American Blue Cheese including French, Italian, English, Australian and the finest of American. We offer Roquefort, Roaring Forties Blue, Shropshire Blue, Maytag Blue, Crater Lake Blue, Cambozola and Blue Stilton and many others. Remember not all blue cheeses are the same, the variety and tastes can astound you, so explore our blue cheeses, we are confident there will be one or more blue cheeses that will intrigue your palate.

We will be adding exciting new Gourmet Blue Cheeses frequently, so come back soon!

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  • Verde Capra, (Green Goat) is a unique goat's milk blue cheese that is made by the cheesemaker Ambrogio Arnoldi in the Lombardy region of Italy, the same region that is known for the production of Taleggio. This large rindless cheese of approximately 25 pounds is made with pasteurized goat's milk, then inoculated with Penicillium roqueforti and matured for about 90 days. It is wrapped in foil to av... MORE INFORMATION
  • In 1872 Gabriel Coulet had the intention to start a wine cellar under his house when he found that the caves had natural ventilation which was great for aging cheese ... 'the rest is more history'. The Gabriel Coulet Roquefort is a multiple award winner and a great Roquefort. This white semi-soft cheese is elegantly garnished with green patches and it is a weeping cheese, producing a lot of moistu... MORE INFORMATION
  • Cambozola Black Label� is made from the milk of from cows that have grazed on the grasses in the Bavarian valleys of the Allgau region. This German gourmet cheese is aged in cold cellars, yielding a rich cheese with a very creamy texture. The distinctive grey rind (the traditional Cambozola has a white rind) has a more pungent scent and adds a slightly more pungent 'blue' flavor. The traditional C... MORE INFORMATION
  • Blue Stilton or just Stilton is England's only name-protected cheese. The name-control law stipulates that the cheese can only be manufactured in a specific area with milk from that area. Recipe and aging guidelines are laid down by the Stilton Cheese Makers' Association. The finished product is however not controlled and therefore Stilton's of various qualities can be found. The interior of our h... MORE INFORMATION
  • Cashel Blue was the first Irish blue cheese, named after the Rock of Cashel overlooking the pastures close to the cheese farm of the family Grubb. This great gourmet cheese is wrapped in gold foil. Cashel Blue has a beige rind, which develops a pinkish cast as it matures, and the paste moves from firm to soft texture. At six weeks of age, when the cheese is first available in the shops, the ivory ... MORE INFORMATION
  • Oregonzola, as the name reveals, is a Gorgonzola style cheese. This blue cheese is made from pasteurized cow's milk of Brown Swiss and Holstein cows and enriched with cream. Like the Italian Gorgonzola, the Oregonzola from Oregon has classic veins and a creamy, buttery texture, after aging for one a minimum of 120 days in Rogue Creamery's caves. We cut and wrap this cheese in wedges of 1 pound an... MORE INFORMATION