Etal d'une fromagerie à Moret


Cheese is indisputably one of the pillars of France’s gastronomic heritage. There are said to be more than 1200 varieties. In the Brie family, the “king of cheeses”, the Brie de Ville Saint-Jacques (also known as the Brie de Montereau) may not be as famous as its cousins in Melun and Meaux, which have a Protected Designation of Origin, but it has plenty going for it. Our local area is also a melting pot of many cheeses made with sheep and goat’s milk, as well as specialities made with one of our star products – barley sugar.

Brie de Ville Saint-Jacques.

Made from cow’s milk, this is a soft-paste cheese that has a bloomy rind with reddish pigments. It has very fruity aromas. It is matured for one month. It is no longer made in Ville-St-Jacques, but in the area of Montereau. In Ville-St-Jacques small goat’s milk cheeses are now produced.

Nanteau and Paley.

These are two farmhouse cheeses made with sheep’s milk. Paley is a smooth cheese with a bloomy rind. As it matures, a thin, white to cream-coloured rind forms, while its paste turns an ivory colour. Nanteau is a soft-paste cheese with a bloomy rind. Its flavour is mild, with notes of spring. Today, it can be bought at Bergerie de la Fontaine Clairette in Nanteau-sur-Lunain.

Barley sugar cheeses.

  • Fontainebleau cheese flavoured with the barley sugar elixir of the nuns of Moret. A delicious (and local) marriage of cream and liqueur that brings out notes of dried fruit. This dessert will excite your taste buds (to be consumed in moderation).
  • Le Morétain, with the barley sugar of the nuns of Moret.

Where to discover, taste and buy them?

Bergerie de la Fontaine Clairette

Sheep farming. Cheese production. Open-doors during the ”Balade du Goût” (taste walk). Group visits by appointment.
Shop open every day from March to October, 10 am to noon, and Friday and Saturday from 3.30 to 6 pm.
Route des ricordeaux, Nanteau-sur-Lunain
Phone: +33 (0)1 64 29 66 98 / +33 (0)6 77 39 46 81
Email: bergerie.clairette@gmail.com

La Chèvrerie du Lunain

Production, sale and tasting of goat’s-milk cheeses (raised on the farm).
Shop open on Wednesday, Friday & Saturday: 10am to 12pm / 3pm to 7pm (6pm in winter)
Sunday: 10am to 12pm. Closed in winter.
2 ter rue de la vallée, 77140 Nonville
Phone: +33 (0)1 64 78 70 44
Website: www.chevreriedulunain.fr

Chèvrerie of Ville-Saint-jacques

Producer of farmhouse cheeses, specialised in rearing goats.
Shop open Monday to Saturday, 9am to 11am / 5:30pm to 7pm (3pm to 7pm on Saturdays).
9 rue de l’abreuvoir, 77130 Ville-Saint-Jacques
Phone: +33 (0)1 60 96 65 95 / (0)6 16 68 86 38

The cheese dairy of Moret

At the cheese factory of Moret-sur-Loing, you will discover

  • The Fontainebleau, flavored with the elixir of barley sugar of the Religious of Moret. A delicious wedding (local!) Between cream and liqueur that will bring out aromas of dried fruits. This dessert will tantalize your taste buds - consume with moderation.
  • The Morétain, with barley sugar of the Religious of Moret.

5 rue de l’église, 77250 Moret-Loing-et-Orvanne [Moret]
Facebook : fromageriedemoret

Did you know? "huilerie de boisroux"

This association of enthusiasts set itself a mission: to bring life back to an artisanal oil mill, located in a small hamlet in the commune of Villemaréchal, in Boisroux. The last of its kind still in operation in Île-de-France, the mill has won an award for the quality of its restoration. Twice a year, it opens its doors to the public for discovery visits, which end with a tasting and sale of rapeseed and walnut oil.
Opens to the public (no reservation required) on European Heritage Days and in mid-August for the Fête de l’huile (oil festival). Visits are free. Reservation required for group visits (15 to 40 people).
6 rue Traversière, Boisroux, 77710 Villemaréchal
Phone: +33 (0)1 64 31 47 02
Email: rodolphe.sacault@wanadoo.fr

Contact us

All of Moret Seine & Loing Tourist Office team is at your disposal.

  • Address:
    4 bis, place de Samois, Moret-sur-Loing, 77250 Moret-Loing-et-Orvanne France
  • GPS coordinates: 48.373839, 2.814830
  • Phone:
    01 60 70 41 66
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