Barossa Artisan Camembert: Review
Cheesemaker Victoria McClurg is a person of high repute in the Australian cheese making scene. And on the evidence of Barossa Artisan Camembert it can be seen why. As a result of the cheese being a perfect ripeness there are a range of textures on offer from a slightly firm white mould rind that gives way of a lovely gooey centre. There is a good balance between sweet and savoury flavours with just the right amount of salt present. Dairy and cauliflower flavours are present and just a hint of umani. This is very good cheese.
If you like this then you might like…
L’Artisan Marcel: Another soft cheese from the L’Artisan stable, and a personal favourite.
Barossa Artisan Washed Rind: Washed rind means more pungency, and this one is an excellent example with great texture
Wine Matching | Wine Pairing
Or see my cheese and wine pairing guide for more options.
Where to Buy
I bought mine from IGA in Melbourne’s Balwyn. Barossa Artisan list stockists so check their website.