Gus by Stone & Crow: Review
Moreish soft cheese with fresh dairy flavours. Gus by Stone & Crow is a surface ripened lactic triple cream cow’s milk cheese made in the Yarra Valley, Victoria and is vegetarian friendly. It’s an ivory white colour and remains soft without turning to goo as it approaches its best before date. It smells of fresh cut grass and dairy. The triple cream inevitably means is has a rich creamy flavour element. This is combined with some onion-like notes. There’s good nice acidity and a pleasant tang. Very enjoyable.
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Wine Matching | Wine Pairing
Needs a white wine such as a chardonnay or viognier to complement the rich dairy flavours of the cheese. Or see my cheese and wine pairing guide for more options.
Where to Buy
You’ll probably need a bit of serendipity getting hold of this cheese. I got mine from the Decemeber 2021’s annual Mould Cheese Festival. Mould also deliver cheese so maybe check whether they have any Gus in stock. Similarly check Artisan’s Bend. Or contact Stone & Crow via their Facebook page.