Guerbigny or the Coeur de Marie is a raw cow's milk cheese with a washed rind and soft pate. It comes from the village of Guerbigny, located in the Somme region of France.
Moulded to resemble the shape of a heart, this cheese contains 23% fat and weighs approximately 250 g. Guerbigny is comparable to a French Munster, although it looks more like a Rollot.
The cheese is soft with a sticky rind and has a strong smell and flavour. It pairs excellently with a Sancerre.
Other French cheeses: