Vignotte Cheese (Brie)

Vignotte Cheese (Brie)




About Vignotte Cheese

Vignotte Cheese is a semi-soft French cheese, produced in Normandie, in the Champagne-Ardenne region, made with pasteurised cow’s milk. This intense cheese with powdery white skin is made with “Triple Cream”, a high milk fat, with extra cream added during production, making it incredibly fatty. Tastes similar to exaggerated Brie, with a light, but rich, buttery texture. Suitable for vegetarians.

Tasting Notes

Starting with a smooth Brie taste, Vignotte develops into an earthy, moldy flavour, with a mellowing aftertaste. This is a decidedly strong and bitter tasting cheese.

There’s definitely more than a hint of Brie in its rich, creamy taste and texture. It tastes fresh, with a slight lemon twist and a bitter, mushroomy undertone with a salty flavour, which has been said to be reminiscent of popcorn.

How to Enjoy

Vignotte has such strong tastes that it’s best accompanied by a bland cracker or biscuit, as part of a cheese board, or beautifully grilled as a starter. Great accompanied by white wine (Sauvignon) or Champagne.

NB: Vignotte can get incredibly sticky at warm room temperature, so make sure you’re supplied with napkins if enjoying as part of a platter.


Our cheeses are delivered by courier for overnight/next day delivery, for customers in England and Wales only, so they arrive in the best condition. For customers in Scotland or Ireland, please call us on 01780 489269. We charge £6.50 for P&P. Unfortunately we can only deliver within the UK at present. Click here for more details