St Marcellin La Maison du Fromage | 80gAdd review
Saint-Marcellin is named after its town of origin, a village in Isère at the foot of the Vercors. Originally, this cheese was made with goat's milk, but since the 18th century, a transition was made towards a production with 100% cow's milk.
Founded in 1942, the Saint-Just-de-Claix cheese dairy now has 145 employees and collects milk from 77 dairy farms in the Vercors and Chartreuse regions, including 51 PGI milk farms and 5 organic milk farms. Since its creation, in order to maintain authentic products, many stages of production still call upon the know-how of Master Cheesemakers who mold, salt and turn the cheeses by hand.
Raw cow's milk, lactic ferments (milk), salt, rennet.
This product can be shipped anywhere in the UK. We use special packaging to ensure all products are kept chilled and within the required temperature whilst in transit. All our chilled parcels are delivered with Express 24 courier service. You will be notified 1-hour delivery slot once the parcel leaves our warehouse. Our Customer service is always ready to deal with any inquiries you may have.