This semi-soft classic blue cheese is made from sheep’s milk in the south of France. First created (by accident) around 1017, it is known as the King of cheese . In the 15th century, thanks to King Charles VI, exclusive production rights were granted to the people of Roquefort protecting the caves forever. In 1925, Roquefort became the first recognized Appellation d’Origine cheese. To date, it benefits from European recognition as Appellation d’Origine Protégée, which guarantees the provenance of a product.