Specialty Cheeses

Deli specialty cheese

Over thirty-six ways to fall in love.

Discover some of the best cheeses from around the world in the Publix Deli specialty cheese case—varieties from France, Spain, and Switzerland are ready for you.

Many regions have their own unique cheeses with different histories, shapes, textures, and flavors. But only a few make the cut to become Publix Deli specialty cheeses. These high-quality cheeses are made the old-fashioned way—sometimes with recipes that go back hundreds of years.

We invite you to bring these cheeses home and explore other lands with the help of some crackers and bread. A little bite of France here. A taste of Spain there. A spread of Switzerland anywhere. Experience these cultures, one cheese at a time.

Imported French Brie

Region: Northwest France, where optimal weather and fresh grass help the cows in local farms produce high-quality milk.

Taste: Soft and creamy with notes of mushroom.

Serving Suggestion: On sandwiches and baked desserts, or paired with champagne, beer, or pinot noir.

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Imported Spanish Manchego

Region: La Mancha, Spain, where Manchego is made from sheep’s milk and develops a natural rind during aging.

Taste: Sharp, light, caramelly, and nutty with a crumbly texture.

Serving Suggestion: On cheese board with olives, sun-dried tomatoes, and bread. Pair with full-bodied Spanish wines like Rioja.

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Imported Swiss Gruyère

Region: Gruyères, Switzerland, where cheese must pass strict quality requirements after a six-month aging process that involves regular brushing with salt water.

Taste: Creamy, sweet, and slightly salty with a grainy texture.

Serving Suggestion: Enjoy with fruits, crackers, pecans, and bread. Pair with champagne, beer, whiskey, or wines like chardonnay.

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