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Pouligny-Saint-Pierre AOP

      Pouligny-Saint-Pierre PDO
      Pouligny St Pierre













The name of the Pouligny-Saint-Pierre cheese comes from the department of Indre, close to where the first collection of farm producers was installed and where a work-shop of production was implanted. The Pouligny-Saint-Pierre cheese presents a wide range of flavours and is enjoyed by many enthusiastic cheese-tasters. Not very mature, the flavour of the cheese is best enjoyed in a salad diced into small cubes, with walnut oil, or cut into fine slices on hot toast. Lightly pricked with blue, the Pouligny-Saint-Pierre suits a demanding palate with its collection of flavours from nutty to earthy. When matured until blue, it would please the palates of connoisseurs with open and affirmed tastes.



Descripción



The Pouligny cheese is shaped as a truncated pyramid of 7 to 8cm at the base, 2cm at the summit, it is 9 cm in length and weighs 225 to 250 grams. The maturing takes 3 to 5 weeks in the cool, humid, ventilated cheese cellar. There are two types of ageing that characterise the Pouligny-Saint-Pierre:
  - White aged (covering with Geotricum) : acid flavour, lightly salted, aroma of dry fruits, a fruity, flowery odour, fondant texture, - Blue aged (covering in Penicillium album) : strong caprine flavour, nutty, full, affirmed flavour, firmer texture.
 
  Exterior appearance of the Pouligny-Saint-Pierre cheese: fine, blueish rind
  Odour of the Pouligny-Saint-Pierre cheese: light caprine odour
  Texture of the Pouligny-Saint-Piere: Supple but firm
  Taste of the Pouligny-Saint-Pierre cheese: pronounced earthy flavour.




La certificación



PDO (Protected Designation of Origin)(ES).. Año de registro 2009

AOC (Appellation d'origine contrôlée)(Fr). Año de registro 1972


La producción orgánica



  Parcialmente


Producto vegetariano



  No


Producto dietético



  No


Libre de lactosa del producto



  No



EL VALOR NUTRITIVO DE LOS




Calorías



   328 - 344.7 kcal por 100 gr.


Las proteínas



   19.9 - 22.5 g. por 100 g


Las grasas



   25.3 - 28.3 g. por 100 g


La grasa en la conclusión



   45 %


Los hidratos de carbono



   0.5 - 1 g. por 100 g


Saturadas de ácido



   16.5 - 18.2 g. por 100 g


Colesterol



   70 - 84 mg. por 100 g.


El agua



   49 - 51 g. por 100 g



LOS MACRONUTRIENTES




(Ca) Calcio



  138 mg. ( 84% )*


(K) Potasio



  123 - 240 mg. ( + 106% )*


(Mg) Magnesio



  17.3 - 19 mg. ( 48% )*


(Na) Sodio



  340 - 377 mg. ( 56% )*


(P) Fósforo



  189 - 320 mg. ( 49% )*



OLIGOELEMENTOS




(Fe) Hierro



  0.2 - 0.325 mg. ( 74% )*


(Se) Selenio



  14 mkg. ( 10% )*


(Zn) Zinc



  0.568 mg. ( 86% )*



LAS VITAMINAS




La Vitamina A



  155 mkg. ( 46% )*


La Vitamina B1



  90 mkg. ( + 125% )*


La Vitamina B2



  0.955 - 1 mg. ( + 226% )*


La Vitamina B3



   1.96 mg. por 100 g.


La Vitamina B5



   1.23 mg. por 100 g.


La Vitamina B6



  0.173 - 0.19 mg. ( + 82% )*


La Vitamina B9



  108 mkg. ( + 468% )*


La Vitamina B12



  1.1 mkg. ( 21% )*


La Vitamina D



   0.2 mkg.


La Vitamina E



  0.5 mg. ( 0% )*


*(la diferencia de la media)



Estadística



5,7 -  Visitas individuales por mes (promedio)
149 -  Total de visitas
08 12 2016 -  Fecha de publicación del artículo


Pouligny-Saint-Pierre PDO. Foto № 1
Pouligny-Saint-Pierre PDO. Foto  № 2



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