Tomme de Savoie PGI

Buttery. Mushroomy. Elegant.

Regular price £7.25
Contains cow's milk RRaw/unpasteurised Pairs well with red wine Pairs well with white wine

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origin France, Franche-Comté
style textureMountain tomme, semi-firm
milk treatmentRaw
drinkMedium-bodied white and red wines


About the Cheese

The word "Tomme" refers to a wheel or round of cheese, with variations found across different regions and types of milk in France. However, Tomme de Savoie is undoubtedly the most famous and beloved tomme cheese from France.

Tomme de Savoie hails from the picturesque mountainous region of Savoie. It was initially created as a by-product of producing large mountain cheeses like Beaufort.

Made from semi-skimmed raw milk,  and colloquially known as "skinny cheese," Tomme de Savoie boasts a clean, milky, and buttery flavour. Its suede-like natural rind imparts an earthy aroma, contributing to the cheese's distinctive mushroomy notes.

Enjoy Tomme de Savoie with light beers, as well as elegant white or red wines.


Cheesemaker: Cooperative Laitiere de Yenne

Established in 1962 in Yenne, Savoie, at the foot of the Dent du Chat, between the Aiguebelette and Bourget lakes, the Yenne Porte de Savoie Dairy Cooperative collects milk daily from producers in the heart of the Chat massifs, Charve, Épine chain, and Aiguebelette lake areas.

Rich in high-quality pastures and traditional know-how, the Yenne Cooperative produces Tommes de Savoie, de Yenne, de Montagne, and Emmental de Savoie, offering a delightful taste of an extraordinary terroir.


1% of every sale will be donated to the Mental Health Foundation via Work for Good

Due to small-scale production and logistical delays certain cheeses and condiments may be unavailable. We'll substitute them with similar products as needed. You can specify if you are happy with substitutions on the Cart page.


The delivery charge is worked out based on the postcode.


EH39-EH42 postcodes (Haddington, Gifford, Dunbar, North Berwick, East Linton, other areas within 5 mile radius of the shop): Orders over £40 - free delivery.

Other EH and FK1-16 post codes (East Lothian, Edinburgh, Fife) : Orders over £50 ‐ free delivery; orders under £50 ‐ delivery is £4.50.

Central Scotland: Orders over £50 ‐ free delivery; orders under £50 ‐ £5.50;

Northern Scotland and Highlands: £5.50 (2-5 day service). Please note, we recommend selecting Wednesday as your delivery day to allow enough time for the order to be delivered before the weekend (when courier depots are closed)


England & Wales: Orders over £50 ‐ free delivery; orders under £50 ‐ £5.50.

London: Order over £50 ‐ free delivery; order under £50 ‐ £7.50.

Northern Ireland and Islands (Isle of Man, Scilly, Skye, Wight, Jersey, Guernsey): we currently do not ship to.

Most of the UK mainland gets a next day delivery service. However, certain areas of the UK get a longer service. Our shipping boxes are designed to be safe in transit for up to 48 hours (longer during the cold months). 

When placing an order, please make sure to provide:

  • an alternative delivery instruction, in case you’re not in to receive the order (such as “leave on porch, leave in a shed, leave with neighbour”)
  • complete post code and mobile number (will be used for courier notifications)


Our checkout system allows you to pick a date in the future to receive your delivery.

Our courier partners are APC Overnight. 

Once your order is shipped you will receive tracking details. Because all orders are shipped via a third-party, you would need to contact the courier directly if you have any questions about your parcel. Their email address is 

If you are buying cheeses for a special occasion, please allow an extra day or two for your cheeses to arrive, in case of unforeseen and uncontrollable circumstances.

During December and other peak periods, we may require additional days to process and deliver your order.


We take great care in packaging and delivering your order.

  • Cheeses are wrapped in specialist cheese paper that will allow them to breathe and not suffocate.
  • Cheeses and condiments are then packaged in a cardboard box (reusable and recyclable) with an insulated foil pouch and ice packs to ensure the correct temperature is maintained for up to 48 hours (longer during the cold months).


A personalised gift note can be included with all of our products at no extra charge.

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