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Goat Milk Cheese

Goat milk cheese is one of those foods that can light up the eyes of a gourmand. The slightly sour, characteristic aroma invades the senses, while the enveloping, unmistakable flavor overwhelms the palate with mouthwatering taste. With an endless variety of the best goats milk cheese available in the market, a chevre aficionado can here find raw goat cheese for all tastes, from young and fresh, to old and crusty, all delicious!
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Pico
Pico
from France by Picandine

A camembert-style goat cheese from France.

5(8 reviews)
Iberico Semicured Cheese - 3 months
Iberico Semicured Cheese - 3 months
from Spain by Merco

The perfect accompaniment to red wine, this semihard Spanish cheese is made from cow, goat and sheep milk

5(6 reviews)
Buchette with garlic & fine herbs
Buchette Garlic and Fine Herbs
from France by Mon Sire

This French goat cheese is presented in the traditional buche (log) form, infused with fine herbs and garlic.

5(5 reviews)
Murcia Al Vino - Wine Soaked Goat Cheese
Murcia Al Vino - Wine Soaked Goat Cheese
from Spain

Made from the Spanish Murcia goat's milk this is similar to Manchego cheese, but soaked with wine.

5(4 reviews)
Goat's Milk Log With Ash (Buchette de Chevre Cendree)
Buchette de Chevre Cendree - Goat's Milk Cheese With Ash
from France by Mon Sire

A classic young French chevre cheese: creamy, tangy and aromatic.

5(2 reviews)
Valencay With Ash - Pyramid
Valencay With Ash - Pyramid
from France by Jacquin

A white cheese made in the shape of a pyramid with the point missing at the top and covered with ash.

5(2 reviews)
Crottin de Champcol
Crottin de Champcol
from France by Jacquin

Soft and sweet when young, this creamy little chevre is perfect on a cheese board, paired with a bottle of Sancerre.

5(1 review)
Chabichou Du Poitou Cheese
Chabichou Du Poitou Cheese
from France by Poitou Chevre

A recipient of the coveted AOC label, this goat cheese from Frances premier goat-breeding region, Poitou, has a sweet taste.

4.8(21 reviews)
Buchette  - plain
Buchette - plain
from France by Mon Sire

This fresh goat cheese in the traditional buche (log) form is presented plain or flavored with fine herbs and garlic.

4.7(3 reviews)
Cana de Cabra
Cana de Cabra
from Spain by Mitica

Queso de Cabra al Romero
Cabra Romero Goat Cheese
from Spain by Montesinos

Buche du Vivarois
Buche du Vivarois
from France by Guilloteau

This 2-pound log of French goat cheese offers a luxurious spreadable cheese you’ll want to add to everything!

Sofia Ashed Goat Cheese
Sofia Ashed Goat Cheese
from United States by Capriole

Hand ladled and ash ripened, goat cheese doesn’t get much better than Sofia!

Truffle Tremor
Truffle Tremor
from United States by Cypress Grove

Herbaceous and floral, with distinct notes of mushroom, you’ll love this truffle-infused soft-ripened cheese!

Monte Enebro
Monte Enebro
from Spain by Queserias del Tietar

Somewhere between chèvre and blue cheese, this log from master cheesemaker Rafael Baez and his daughter is a must-have for your next cheeseboard.

Merry Goat Round
Merry Goat Round
from United States by FireFly Farms

This Brie-style cheese offers a luxurious dining experience with notes of fresh milk and mushrooms.

Piper's Pyramide Goat Cheese
Piper's Pyramide Goat Cheese
from United States by Capriole

This stunning goat’s cheese offers a delicious smoky taste and a striking look, highlighted by its streak of red paprika running through its core.

Midnight Moon
Midnight Moon
from Netherlands by Cypress Grove

This rich Gouda-style cheese offers deep caramel notes, perfectly balanced by savory highlights of flavor.

Purple Haze
Purple Haze
from United States by Cypress Grove

Offering a flavor profile, appearance, and texture as captivating as its namesake song, here’s one you’ll want to add to your next cheese board.

Capriole O'Banon | Chestnut Leaf Wrapped Cheese
O'Banon - Chestnut Leaf Wrapped Goat Cheese
from United States by Capriole

This chestnut leaf wrapped cheese offers a uniquely delicious flavor profile and striking visual appeal.

Brabander Goat Gouda - 6 Months
Brabander Goat Gouda - 6 Months
from United States by Fromagerie L’Amuse

Smooth and sliceable with notes of toffee, you’ll love this unique take on a traditional Gouda.

Julianna Herbed Goat Cheese
Julianna Herbed Goat Cheese
from United States by Capriole

This tangy, herb-infused goat’s milk cheese is a must-have addition to your next charcuterie board or cheese tray.

Goat Milk Gouda
Goat Milk Gouda
from United States by Central Coast Creamery

Central Coast Creamery takes this classic to new heights by infusing it with the distinct qualities of goat milk.

Dream Weaver - Goat Milk Cheese
Dream Weaver - Goat Milk Cheese
from United States by Central Coast Creamery

Washed in white wine and aged for two weeks, this goat’s milk cheese offers a unique balance of flavors.

Lake Breeze
Lake Breeze
from United States by Blakesville Creamery

St. Germain
St. Germain
from United States by Blakesville Creamery

Lake Effect
Lake Effect
from United States by Blakesville Creamery

Shabby Shoe - Chabichou Style Cheese
Shabby Shoe - Chabichou Style Cheese
from United States by Blakesville Creamery

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About Our Goat Cheese

You’ll find this often-called chevre, translating to “goat” in French, and this best-selling cheese type showcases a diverse range of flavors and textures—from crumbly to creamy, young to mature, and mild to tangy. The distinctive character of goat cheese arises from capric acid, named after the Latin word capra, meaning "goat." Cheese made from goat cheese is typically described as tart, with a soft, almost spreadable texture. Of course, these characteristics apply to most, but not all cheeses, and goat cheeses also tend to change and develop in flavor and texture as they age.

This is a flavorful fatty acid that not only adds to the taste, but also promotes the growth of beneficial intestinal bacteria, positioning goat cheese as a health-conscious cheese alternative. With relatively low lactose content, goat cheeses are excellent alternatives for those with lactose intolerance, which is a great benefit to those who can’t handle their dairy. With lower fat content, goat cheese also offers a lighter alternative to many heavier cheeses.

TYPES OF GOAT’S MILK CHEESE

In its youth, goat cheese is boldly intense, delivering tangy, acidic notes and a soft, very creamy consistency. Aging transforms its texture from velvet to crumbly, while the flavors evolve into a creamy richness with earthy notes of hazelnut and dried herbs. Its unmistakable taste enhances surrounding flavors, providing a robust savory profile.

Fresh goat cheese doesn't develop a rind, while aged variants showcase various coatings. Harder varieties may present natural or waxed rinds, and those ripened with white mold sport a fluffy jacket akin to Camembert or Brie.

TOP GOAT CHEESES AT GOURMET FOOD STORE

Goat cheeses are one of our showcase cheese types – and a favorite with our customers and our employees! We take pride in offering a variety that spans traditional French goat cheeses, domestic artisanal creations, and imported classics. The artisanal touch is evident in every option, ensuring you get to experience authentic goat cheese filled with flavor and nuance.

Our catalog includes little fresh crottins, log-shaped caprifeuille, and some unique offerings from artisan cheesemakers and affineurs. Depending on how you eat or serve chevres, you’ll want to go for specific types. A cheese board, for example, benefits greatly from the addition of a small semi-ripened or bloomy rind goat cheese round. Velvety and creamy, these often are covered with whitish rind, or might be wrapped with leaves or herbs. Fresh young goat cheeses are mid and acidic and pair wonderfully with salads and sweet red fruit. And of course, any goat cheese in our book is amazing in a sandwich or panini!

HOW TO ORDER GOAT CHEESE

We source our goat cheeses from reputable producers committed to excellence, guaranteeing freshness, quality, and a unique selection. Whether you're a connoisseur or a curious newcomer, our collection caters to all tastes, offering a broad spectrum of goat cheese experiences. Your order is handled with precision, and our packaging ensures that the goat cheese arrives at your doorstep in peak condition. We celebrate the artisanal craftsmanship behind each cheese, bringing you products that reflect a dedication to tradition and innovation.

Goat Milk Cheese Questions And Answers

Q:Can you freeze goat cheese?
A:Yes, you can freeze goat cheese. We don’t typically recommend freezing cheeses – they’re so good and wonderfully fresh – however, if you have a lot leftover or are planning to go out of town, you can freeze it for about 3 months. Wrap tightly in a Ziploc bag, seal, and freeze.
Q:Is goat cheese good for you?
A:Yes! In moderation, goat cheese is a wonderful source of protein and healthy fats, while supplying vitamins and minerals. It digests more easily than cow’s milk and has less saturated fat and cholesterol.
Q:Is goat cheese dairy?
A:Yes! Although lactose intolerant foodies might be disappointed, goat cheese does contain dairy. However, it does contain less lactose than cow’s milk cheeses, which makes it easier to digest.
Q:Is feta goat cheese?
A:It’s not! Many confuse goat cheese with feta, but feta is typically a cheese made out of sheep’s’ milk.
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