Produced in Burgundy, France in the traditional style of a triple-cream; Chateau de Bourgogne is similar to the famous Brillat-Savarin, arguably one the most delicate of the triple cream brie cheeses. Chateau de Bourgogne has a cake-like shape and a lovely white bloomy rind which encases its silky-smooth, ivory coloured interior. The truffle addition pushes it over the edge in decandence!
The aroma of Chateau de Bourgogne is creamy and somewhat buttery, with a hint of mushroom. The paste is creamy and rich, melting in your mouth like soft butter, while the slightly bitter rind acts as an excellent balance to the creamy and decadent interior.
The richness of Chateau Bourgogne is set off and balanced wonderfully by champagne, but it also pairs well with a red Burgundy, other Pinot Noirs, or a blended red, like a Bordeaux.