In the eight century, the Moors occupied parts of what would become France. They reached as far as Burgundy or Poitiers where they were defeated by Charles Martel who carried on chasing them till they retreated south of the Pyrénées. They left behind them a wealth of knowledge in goat cheese making and they even left the goats, which they called « chebli ».

The French adopted that craft and perfected it, creating along the following centuries a vast array of goat cheese. We hold many of those now classic goat cheese as well as more recent pieces made by a range of small artisan that we support.

LIST OF OUR GOAT’S CHEESES 

All of our products are seasonal and carefully selected. To make sure products are available or if you have a special request please GET IN TOUCH


 

Arc de Triomphe

Banon, AOC

Bleu de chevre

Buchette de Banon

Buche blanche

Bouton d’Oc

Bouyguette

Cabri affiné

Cabri Ariégeois (seasonal)

Cabri frais

Cabri aux épices (herbes)

Cabri du Thouarsais

Campagnard shallots

Campagnard thym-garlic

Campagnard black pepper

Caprinelle (tomme)

Catal (seasonal)

Chabi affiné/cendré Charolais, AOC

Chèvre de Saint-Claud

Chevrotin, AOC

Clochette

Cœur cendré

Couronne Lochoise

Crémeux du Logis

Crottin,Artisan

Crottin de Chavignol,AOC

Le Figou

Le Gachon

Le Gatinais

Mothais

Palet blanc

Palet cendré

Pavé

Petit Fiançé

Pouligny-St-Pierre, AOC

Pyramide

Rocamadour

Roves des Garrigues

Saint-Denis

Sauvaget blanc

Sauvaget cendré

Sainte-Maure, AOC

Extra large Sainte- Maure

Selles sur Cher, AOC

Taupinette

Tomette de chèvre

Tour Eiffel