Gourmet Blue Cheese

Browse our great selection of International and American Blue Cheese including French, Italian, English, Australian and the finest of American. We offer Roquefort, Roaring Forties Blue, Shropshire Blue, Maytag Blue, Crater Lake Blue, Cambozola and Blue Stilton and many others. Remember not all blue cheeses are the same, the variety and tastes can astound you, so explore our blue cheeses, we are confident there will be one or more blue cheeses that will intrigue your palate.

We will be adding exciting new Gourmet Blue Cheeses frequently, so come back soon!

Our Featured Gourmet Blue Cheese
Picture of st. pete's select blue cheese
The St. Peter sandstone caves are located in Faribault, MN and it is in these caves that St. Pete's Select Blue cheese is aged for a minimum of 100 days. It is obvious that this raw cow's milk cheese is named after these caves. The caves are ideal for aging cheese; water can freely move vertically and horizontally, without dripping from the cave ceilings and the inside shape is a Gothic arch, ideal for containing the humidity. St. Pete's Select Blue Cheese is the company's signature blue cheese. This gourmet cheese is only made in limited quantities. St. Pete's Select was awarded Best of Class at the 2013 US Championship Cheese Contest. St. Pete's read more...
What other Gourmets are buying
  • Long Clawson Dairy is the producer of our Blue Stilton cheese. Thomas Hoe Stevenson was one of the founder of the Long Clawson Dairy starting in 1911. For more than 100 years they are crafting 100% British cheese, using century-old expertise alongside innovative techniques. Blue Stilton is made in Leicestershire, UK, using local cow's milk and is protected by a PDO. Long Clawson is one of only 5 d... read more
  • Cambozola is a triple cream blue-veined cheese made in Germany by Kaserei Champignon. This gourmet cheese is perfect for those looking for a blue cheese that is neither pungent (like a Stilton), nor salty (like a Roquefort); it's a creamy combination of the white mold rind, like a Camembert with the blue veins like a Gorgonzola. A soft-ripened blue-veined cheese is also a great starting point to e... read more
  • In 1941 on the Maytag Dairy Farm just outside Newton, Iowa a prize winning blue was born now donning the name Maytag Blue. A lovely cheese bestowed upon the dairy from the prize winning Holstein Cattle. Using the 1900 traditional cave curing process and producing in low quantities to ensure quality, the Maytag family is still producing the very same high quality blue cheese today. Maytag Blue chee... read more
  • Even if blue cheese is not your choice, you should try the Smokey Blue as it will surprise your taste buds. Rogue Creamery's Smokey Blue is the first smoked blue cheese in the world and it is loved by so many - not only blue cheese lovers. Smokey Blue is made from certified sustainable cow's milk, smoked over Oregano hazelnuts and aged for a minimum of 6 months. The cold smoke add a sweet flavor ... read more
  • Gabriel Coulet, back in 1872 set out to start a wine cellar in the caves underneath his house, in his quest he learned that the caves offered a natural ventilation which was ideal for aging cheese ... and so it began. For the production of this French gourmet cheese, the AOC regulations require the use of whole, raw sheep's milk coming from within the Roquefort region, and from the ewe's of the La... read more
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