Rougue et Noir Triple Crème Brie – The Cheese that Beat the French

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Have you tried Marin French Cheese Co.'s Rouge Noir Triple Crème Brie yet? It's touted as “the cheese that beat the French.”

This deliciously creamy cheese received top honors at the 2005 World Cheese Awards in a blind tasting competition among brie cheese factories worldwide. In fact, it was the first time an American cheese company had beat the French in an international competition for brie cheese!

Located locally in Marin County, the maker of Rouge Noir Triple Crème Brie is the oldest cheese manufacturer in the country. Specializing in soft ripened cheeses, the Marin French Cheese Co. hosts facility tours where visitors can observe artisan cheese makers hand crafting more than 30 cheese varieties and do some taste testing of their own.

Rouge Noir Triple Crème Brie is soft, slightly sweet and velvety. We recommend pairing this brie with champagne and strawberries.

Try Roug­­e Noir Triple Crème Brie for yourself, offered in our deli.

Easy Entertaining Recipes from Raley’s Recipe Center:

Asparagus & Brie Packets

Baked Brie in Puff Pastry

Brie with Berry Sauce

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