Chabis Feuille is produced near the village of Berry in the Loire region of France, an area renowned for its high quality goat's milk cheeses.
Milk for production is sourced from local farms. During production, the curd is handled very gently to retain as much moisture as possible and allowed to drain naturally under their own weight. There is no pressing involved.
After being unmolded, the young cheeses are wrapped in a single chestnut leaf. This helps to keep the shape of this delicate cheese together, and imparts a slightly earthy note. It also looks beautiful.
Cheeses are sold when young and fresh, at an age of a few days. The texture of Chabis Feuille is dense, moist and mousse-like, with a creamy mouthfeel.
Flavors are milky, bright and lactic with a fresh, goaty tang and a pleasingly clean finish.