with Walnut

Gourmandise, this soft, buttery textured French cheese, offers a very distinctive taste experience. It is exceptional in combining a delicate and smooth cheese paste with crunchy walnuts. Those who have tried it can't seem to get enough of it. Gourmandise is especially popular around the holidays, as it makes a unique party spread.


Ile de France Cheese Made from cow's milk, this spreadable processed cheese is a unique blend of aged cheeses (Gruyere and Cheddar), and cream, with a hint of added flavors. It is flavored with walnut and is excellent with pears and other winter fruits, or even accompanied by blue cheeses. Gourmandise is most commonly served as dessert cheese; a true delicacy especially when served with dessert wines like Sherry or Port or well chilled champagne.


Gourmandise: (noun) unrestrained enjoyment of fine foods, wines, and the like. The name Gourmandise is derived from French word "gourmet". It implies a satisfaction that is felt when savoring the taste of richly flavored delicacies. This exquisite cheese is appropriately named in account of its savory quality.


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written by Bob, April 07, 2017
We have it at Wild By Nature in Hampton Bays, NY
written by JudyHP, December 12, 2016
Trying to find this cheese in the Boston area. I have checked Whole Foods, Roche Bros, Star Market, all with no luck. Has anybody seen it anywhere? I am interested in the walnut one.
written by Kimberly Varner, December 08, 2016
This is my favorite cheese of all time and I can no longer find it anywhere! Does anyone know why? Anyone know where I can find it?
written by Carla, October 15, 2016
We just sampled some this evening at our local Fresh Market in Ft Wayne, IN. Ended up buying a wedge. YUM !!
written by Larry Camilli, September 07, 2016
So, what's the secret? Lots of people are having trouble finding this stuff, but the people who know won't post a reply? -Only personal replies?
written by charliej, June 17, 2016
The cheese store that I usually buy from told me today that "Gourmandaise" (both walnut and Kirsch)was not being manufactured any more. Is this correct?
written by Ile de France Marketing Team, March 09, 2016
Hi L Johns,
Thank you for reaching out to us. We will contact you directly with the info.
written by L Johns, March 09, 2016
Want to find the Gourmandise with Kirsch, but no luck anywhere. What's the story?
written by Janet Grojean, January 02, 2016
I bought the kirsch gourmandise for years but cannot find it in San Antonio Texas anymore. Where can I get it?
written by paul deneau, November 29, 2015
I believe we had the kirsch version of this cheese in Toronto in the late 50's, probably bought from the fine foods section of T.Eaton Co, or Robert Simpson Co. It came in large wedges if I remember correctly. My relatives now live near Poitiers in France and want to find some for xmas gifts. Can you advise where they may order or purchase same. Merci!
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