Belle Chevre was absolutely fantastic. We had a great time learning about Belle Chevre and enjoyed investigating the surrounding area afterwards (there us a hiking trail beside them on an old rain road bed). The cheesecake was amazing. Of the cream cheeses the pepper, cinnamon, and coffee were my favorites. Fantastic day and 100% would recommend!
Dennis was such a good tour guide! We had so much fun seeing everything and there was so much more to the tour than we thought. We also loved all the different cheeses and the tasting shop up front. Definitely recommend!
$10 for creamery tour for one with goat cheese spread ($15.99 value)
$19 for creamery tour for two with two goat cheese spreads ($31.98 value)
$15 for $30 valid in the cheese shop and tasting room
Creamery tours are only available Fridays and Saturdays. The cheese shop and tasting room are available during normal operating hours Tuesday - Saturday.
Need To Know
Promotional value expires 180 days after purchase. Amount paid never expires.Limit 2 per person, may buy 2 additional as gifts. Cheese shop general spend option: Limit 1 per visit. Valid only for option purchased. Reservation required for tours. Valid only at Belle Chevre Creamery. Not valid online. May be repurchased every 30 days.Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.
About Belle Chevre
When Tasia Malakasis walked into a gourmet food shop in New York City, she unexpectedly found herself face to face with her future. It was cheese—specifically, Belle Chevre, a French-style goat cheese made by hand in her home state of Alabama. It wasn't long before she was journeying down south to study the art of cheese-making. She became a genuine protege, and eventually, when the company's owner retired, she took over. Since 1989, the company has racked up numerous awards and accolades for its fine cheese, which include a pimento chevre, a Montrachet-style goat cheese, and a mint julep-inspired Southern Belle goat cheese. Their rustic creamery, housed in the old town cotton warehouse, offers guided tours, samples at the tasting bar, and a chance to meet the goats that help make the cheese by wrapping it up with their dexterous hooves.