SAINT-ANTOINE-DE-TILLY, Que. — Fromagerie Bergeron has been recognized once again by the Sélection Caseus at its 20th annual competition, earning the Caseus Longaevi Award for its Louis Cyr aged cheese.
In addition to winning the Caseus Longaevi Award, Louis Cyr also received first prize in the “interior-ripened cheese without ripening holes” category. Fromagerie Bergeron was one of 47 Quebec-based cheesemakers to compete, with a record 236 cheeses judged during the competition, which was held at the at the Musée de la Civilization on November 1.
“To stand out among a selection of cheeses of this calibre is a proud achievement for our company,” says Roger Bergeron, president of Fromagerie Bergeron. “With this latest recognition, Fromagerie Bergeron reiterates its promise of producing superior quality cheeses.”