A French woman wins the title of best cheese maker in the world

With nearly 300 varieties, France is often presented as the great country of cheese. She is now officially the world champion. And this thanks to Virginie Dubois-Dhorne who, after two days of competition, has just won the world competition for the best cheese maker.

The top experts from eight countries (France, Japan, Russia, Mexico, Italy, United Kingdom, Spain) competed last weekend in different tests designed to assess their skills in baked dough, dough soft or bloomy rind.

They notably included a blind tasting, the creation of plates and a cheese board or even a cutting exercise. Installed in the La Finarde cheese dairy in Arras (Pas-de-Calais), Virginie Dubois-Dhorne, thus arrived on the first step of the podium.

It should be noted that another Frenchman took the second step of the podium, Grégory Giraudon de Royan (Charente-Maritime). On the other hand, it is a Japanese, Chisato Nagahara, from Hokkaid, who won the bronze medal.

This competition, organized with the Meilleur Ouvrier de France Rodolphe Le Meunier, was the highlight of the World cheese and dairy which held its 5th edition this weekend in Tours. It was organized with the Meilleur Ouvrier de France Rodolphe Le Meunier.

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