Pronounced bree duh nahn-ZHEE
Brie de Nangis hails from Brie, just southwest of Paris, France, and is one of the milder, more buttery Bries. It almost disappeared from production but has seen a revival over the past few decades. Brie de Nangis is creamy and smooth and has a slightly chalky center that becomes runny with age. This cheese also pairs well with a Sauvignon Blanc and bigger reds such as Merlot. Please note: Because our cheeses are cut by hand exact weights may vary slightly.
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