Délice de Bourgogne

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Délice de Bourgogne
Country of origin France
Region Burgundy
Town Saligny
Source of milk Cows
Pasteurised Yes
Texture Creamy, smooth, soft
Fat content 40%
Protein content 10%
Weight +/- 2 kg or 200g
Certification Trademark

Délice de Bourgogne has been created in 1975 by Jean Lincet at Fromagerie Lincet. This famous cheese is exclusively produced by Fromagerie Lincet for 40 years.

Délice de Bourgogne is a French cow's milk cheese from the Burgundy region of France. The cheese is rich and creamy due to the cheese-making process where cream is added to the milk during the cheese process (see "Triple cream").

Délice de Bourgogne is a soft-ripened triple-cream cheese. A unique know-how, a secret recipe and the very best ingredients give a fantastic cheese loved all over the world.


  • White & bloomy rind
  • Homogeneous paste – from ivory to pale yellow color
  • Aromas of mushrooms near the rind
  • Fine and delicate texture - mild and slightly acidic


  • Whites wines (i.e Champagne, Meursault, Chablis Grand Cru)
  • Red wines (i.e Epineuil)

There are two kinds of Délice de Bourgogne:

  • Délice de Bourgogne 2Kg (aging = 2 weeks)
  • Délice de Bourgogne 200g (aging = 1 week)

Délice de Bourgogne cheese 2Kg is exclusively produced by Fromagerie Lincet

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