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Soft Cheese

From super-spreadable cream cheese and Mascarpone to soft and pillowy brie and beloved cheese-board staple Camembert, our soft cheese list includes creamy cheeses from round the world. You'll find great soft Italian cheese and unctuous French chevres, melt-in-your-mouth double cream cheese and decadent triple cremes. Buttery blues, rich and runny mozzarella burrata, we have an endless selection of soft cheeses.
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Pont L'Eveque AOC
Pont L'Eveque AOC
from France by Graindorge

Soft cow's milk cheese, supple and with wonderful fruity afternotes.

5(13 reviews)
Fresh Stracciatella with Truffles
Fresh Stracciatella with Truffles
from United States by Mamma’s Cheese

Stretchy shreds of creamy Italian-style cheese peppered with black truffle for added decadence.

5(5 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)
Fresh Mozzarella Ovolini
Fresh Mozzarella Ovolini
from United States by Mamma’s Cheese

Mild, soft mozzarella with an oval shape and porcelain-like smoothness, made fresh to order

5(3 reviews)
Mozzarella Treccione
Fresh Mozzarella Treccione
from United States by Mamma’s Cheese

Mild and soft-texturedmozzarella hand-spun into an elegant braid shape, great by itself or with accompaniments

5(3 reviews)
Port Salut
Port Salut
from France by Safr

An ancient monastery soft cheese with a deliciously tangy kick.

5(2 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)
Saint Andre
Saint Andre
from France by Fromage Marquis

An absolutely lovely (not to mention very famous) triple crème cheese.

4.9(19 reviews)
Fresh Stracciatella
Fresh Stracciatella
from United States by Mamma’s Cheese

Made in Miami the Italian way, this cow's milk cheese is lusciously creamy and soft with salty notes.

4.9(15 reviews)
Brillat Savarin with Papaya
Brillat Savarin with Papaya
from France by Delin

A triple cream cow's milk cheese with sweet chunks of papaya fruit.

4.9(24 reviews)
Brillat Savarin Affine
Brillat Savarin Affine
from France by Lincet

Rich and buttery, this triple cream cheese envelops the mouth with it's creamy texture and decadent milky flavor.

4.9(10 reviews)
Langres Chalancey
Langres Chalancey
from France by Chalancey

A rare cheese sometimes compared to Epoisses, but much subtler; sweet with a potent smell, creamy texture and an aftertaste of honey and truffles.

4.9(10 reviews)
Cambozola® Triple Cream
Cambozola Triple Cream
from Germany by Kaserei Champignon

This super creamy and mild is blue cheese is super, very creamy and just salty enough.

4.9(9 reviews)
Bleu D Auvergne AOC 50%
Bleu D Auvergne AOC
from France by From'Auvergne

A very popular blue cheese that is spicy and salty, with a fragrant hint of wild flowers.

4.9(36 reviews)
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)
Burrata Cheese
Fresh Burrata Cheese
from United States by Mamma’s Cheese

Specially ordered for the utmost freshness, this soft mozzarella pouch oozes with rich creamy goodness

4.7(17 reviews)
Truffle Burrata
Fresh Truffle Burrata
from United States by Mamma’s Cheese

An ultra-fresh mozzarella casing conceals truffle-infused cream that gushes out when you slice in half

4.7(17 reviews)
Fresh Mozzarella - Nodini
Fresh Mozzarella Nodini
from United States by Mamma’s Cheese

Knot-shaped, rindless mozzarella with spongy, semi-soft texture and mild flavor, delivered fresh to your door

4.7(3 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)
Brie Mon Sire
Brie Mon Sire
from France by Mon Sire

A creamy and supple texture, a subtle but wonderful flavor characterizes our Brie Mon Sire.

4.6(8 reviews)
Munster
Munster
from France by Fromi

Enjoy the bold flavors of this versatile cheese from France and enhance a wide variety of dishes.

4.6(5 reviews)
Camembert Du Bocage
Camembert Du Bocage
from France by Royal Faucon

A lush, creamy and buttery cow's milk cheese, this Camembert from Normandy has a mild flavor that finishes smoothly on the palate.

4.6(34 reviews)
Brie De Meaux - 50% (pre order)
Brie De Meaux - 50%
from France by Rouzaire

Arguably the most popular of French cheeses, this Brie has a velvety taste and bears the AOC standard, undisputable mark of quality.

4.5(2 reviews)
Prefere des Nos Montagnes
Prefere des Nos Montagnes
from France by Fromi

A cow's milk cheese from the Jura mountains very similar to the Reblochon.

4.3(6 reviews)
Gorgonzola Dolce (DOP)
Gorgonzola Dolce (DOP)
from Italy by Piedmont

A creamier version of the supermarket aisle variety, this is milder and sweeter than other blue cheeses, perfect for the more sensitive palate.

4.3(3 reviews)
Mozzarella Di Bufala In Water
Mozzarella Di Bufala In Water
from Italy by Villa Antica

Imported from Italy and just wonderfully soft and smooth, moist and mild.

4.1(13 reviews)
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Gres Champenois
Gres Champenois
from France by Fromagers de Chevillon

Made by an award-winning French dairy, this cow's milk cheese is creamy with a touch of tart

4(2 reviews)
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About Soft Cheese

Soft cheeses are generally young, fresh cheeses that are creamy and easily spread. They have a lot of moisture from water and butterfat in them – this is because as time passes, cheeses slowly lose moisture which turns them hard, which is why soft cheeses are typically eaten while young, generally after a month or so from their production. Typically, the softer the cheese, the younger it is.

Types of Soft Cheese

There is no “one type” of soft cheese, but rather like a blank canvas, cheesemakers put their own twist to these delicious cheeses.

Soft goat cheeses

These can be made from basically any type of milk, like cow, goat or sheep, or a combination of two or even three. Soft goat cheeses include classic choices like buchette, valencay, and all crottin chevres. More unique choices made in America include Cypress Grove’s Purple Haze and Truffle Tremor.

Soft Blue Cheese

When you add blue mold to a soft cheese, you get it, you guessed it, a soft blue cheese! These are typically creamy, yes, but also piquant and bold, thanks to that wonderful blue mold. The combination of creamy texture and the earthiness of the blue mold makes for one of the most stunning blends in the cheese world. Some shining examples include Cabrales and Queso Valdeon. Shop Gourmet Food Store for a great selection of soft Italian cheese, creamy French cheese and more!



We carry delicate goat cheeses that are soft to the bite, incredibly smooth authentic mozzarellas that are rich with cream, cream-infused decadent French Delice, spreadable blues and smooth sheep's milk cheeses. Perfect for the cheeseboard, our soft white cheeses are easy to cut, and are always a crowd-pleasing option for an appetizer - and amazing for dessert!

From sweet to savory, light and fresh or dense and velvety, you'll find soft creamy cheeses infused with dried fruit, herbs, and even some smoky options. We carry artisan cheeses made in American creameries, while also stocking the classic soft French and Italian cheese favorites that we just can't live without. Whether you're spreading them, melting them, or cooking something amazing with them, explore our list of soft cheeses.

Soft Cheese Questions And Answers

Q:Can you freeze soft cheese?
A:Yes, you can freeze soft cheese, but it may alter its texture. Soft cheeses like Brie, Camembert, and fresh goat cheese may become crumbly or grainy after freezing and thawing due to the separation of moisture and fats. However, if you plan to use the cheese in cooked dishes where texture is less important, freezing can be a viable option to extend its shelf life. It's recommended to wrap the cheese tightly in plastic wrap or aluminum foil, or place it in an airtight container before freezing to minimize freezer burn and preserve its flavor as much as possible. When thawing, do so gradually in the refrigerator to minimize texture changes.
Q:How long does soft cheese last?
A:Most soft cheeses last about 7 days in the fridge.
Q:What is soft cheese?
A:Soft cheeses are young, with a creamy texture, rich in moisture derived from water and butterfat.
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