Bleu de Quercy
Bleu de Quercy is a typical blue cheese having similarities with Blue de Auvergne, Blue de Laqueuille and Blue de Causses. It is produced in Aquitaine region of southwestern France, which lies along the Atlantic Ocean and the Pyrenees mountain range. Made from cow's milk, it has soft texture and takes 3 months to get mature. This uncooked cheese has a natural rind and a cylindrical shape. The fat content is 45 % and best eaten in autumn and winter. It is usually wrapped in foil with the quality control mark. Its soft flavour goes good with fullbodied red wine.