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La Gruyère "moitié-moitié" Fondue

A meal, to be eaten with friends, which consists of Gruyère AOP cheese and Vacherin Fribourgeois AOP cheese melted together in a pan.

La Gruyère Bénichon mustard

"Jam", served at breakfast time and with the aperitif on Bénichon day. It is made using candy sugar, spice, cooked wine ("vin cuit") and mustard powder. It is eaten with cuchaule.

La Gruyère Cuchaule

True queen of La Bénichon, cuchaule bread has the honour of opening the festivities at the famous meal.

La Gruyère Macaroni de Chalet

Macaroni cooked in a cauldron over a wood fire with onions. Just before serving, cream and roughly grated Gruyère cheese are added.

La Gruyère Meringues with La Gruyère double cream

The dessert par excellence of the Bénichon meal, meringues and Gruyère double cream go perfectly together.

La Gruyère Poire à Botzi AOP

A delicious accompaniment to the ragoût d’agneau (lamb stew) of the Bénichon meal, Poire à Botzi AOP is a typical Fribourg variety and also the first Swiss fruit to benefit from an AOP label.

La Gruyère Produit de la Borne

There are several delights produced from the pork smoking chimney, such as ham, the Fribourg sausage, bacon and other sausages.

La Gruyère Serac

A fresh white cheese prepared with a special part of milk.

La Gruyère Soupe de Chalet

This soup was prepared in chalets in the days when the shepherd had no possibility of obtaining fresh vegetables during the high pasture grazing season. It is mainly composed of wild mountain herbs, milk, potatoes, macaroni, cream and Gruyère AOP.

La Gruyère The Gruyère AOP

Taking its name from the magnificent region from which it comes; Gruyère AOP has been produced in our region since at least the twelfth century. This cheese made from unpasteurized cow’s milk benefits from the long traditional know-how of the master cheese makers and refiners.

La Gruyère Vacherin Fribourgeois AOP

A cheese as symbolic as Gruyère AOP, Vacherin Fribourgeois AOP is produced exclusively in the villages and alpine pastures of FRIBOURG REGION.

La Gruyère Vacherin Fribourgeois Fondue

A meal to be eaten with friends that consists of Vacherin Fribourgeois AOP cheese, melted in a pan and eaten with bread.

La Gruyère Vin cuit

A pear syrup used in pies and Bénichon "mustard".



  • Charmey
  • Gruyères
  • Bulle - Château
    Bulle - Château
  • Bulle - Grand Rue
    Bulle - Grand Rue
  • Charmey
  • Jaun
  • Jaun
  • Jaun - Chalet du soldat
    Jaun - Chalet du soldat
  • la Berra
    la Berra
  • La Berra
    La Berra
  • Lac de la Gruyère
    Lac de la Gruyère
  • Moléson - village
    Moléson - village


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