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RD 974 • 21220 Brochon
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Since 1946 Raymond GAUGRY has been fabricating a cheese that appeals to the local wine makers and enhances the tasting of their "grand crus" to such an extent that it was baptized "l’Ami de Chambertin".
Confronted with requests that continue to increase and while respecting the manufacturing methods of their ancestors, Jean GAUGRY and his sons Sylvain and Olivier, give themselves fully to this family business.
Carrying on the local cheese making traditon, they offer the cheese "Epoisses"- also presented in a container under the name "La Cuvee".
Conceived in the sixteenth century by the cistercien monks, Epoisses cheese continues, to this day, to promote the burst of Burgundian gastronomical tradition, thanks to the know-how of the cheese mongers of the "Laiterie de la Côte". In 1991, Epoisses was given her patent of nobility from the "Appellation d’Origine Contrôlée" (AOC).