Lustenberger 1862


The aromatic-savory Lustenberger 1862 is cave-aged for at least 180 days where it develops its fine aromatic flavor and the creamy-savory texture, floral on the nose with the fruity aroma of citrus and apricot, full-bodied, fruity and tangy on the palate and delicate on the tongue.

Only with the best raw milk from healthy cows, strengthened by the summer on alpine pastures and lush mountain meadows does the Lustenberger 1862 aromatic and savory cheese succeed in being smooth and delicate, natural and simple, traditional and balanced.

The rind appearance is a brown-grey soft rind while the texture is tender, firm, easily cut and good for melting and pairing with our Frolic Viognier.

Milk Cow
Texture Firm
Country Switzerland

Frolic Viognier

Frolic Viognier

Frolic is a single-varietal of the white grape Viognier from a single vineyard.