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It may seem simple, but creating a cheese platter can be anything but. With numerous types of cheeses and pairings, it may be tricky to create the perfect combination. By simply following our guide to building the perfect cheese platter, we can guarantee your next one to be a standout! 

Featured Alexis de Portneuf products

Cantonnier cheese

Cantonnier is a firm cheese, uncooked and surface ripened with a washed rind. It distinguishes itself with its effervescent flavour, reminiscent of fruity cream and fresh apples.

belle creme

Belle Crème cheese

A triple cream cheese; creamy and unctuous, with a mushroom and nut-flavoured bloomy rind, depending on the age of the cheese.

Le Cendrillon cheese

Crowned Best Cheese in the World at the 2009 World Cheese Awards. Vegetable-ash-covered cheese with a marble-textured rind and a smooth ivory body; acidulous, semi-strong taste that becomes more pronounced with age.

La Sauvagine cheese

La Sauvagine is a cow milk cheese with a moist and supple rind that ripens from the outside in; runny ivory body; fresh butter taste with a hint of mushrooms; melts in the mouth and is flavourful; culminating with a rustic taste. 

meteorite cheese

This mellow, creamy, blue-veined, ash-covered surface-ripened cheese has a delicate blue taste. Its creamy and supple texture is unique.