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What's your favorite fromagerie in Paris?

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Last year while hiking the Tour du Mont Blanc, Hikrguy and I fell for Beaufort, the Savoie-area cheese. We stopped along the way at a farm where it's made and had tastes of 3 ages of it. It was so fabulous -- especially since we bought it from the cows who produced it! We'd love to have it again while we're in Paris in October.

I looked here in NYC when we came home, and there's only one place that sells it infrequently, and it is extremely expensive. Paris experts, do you have a favorite fromagerie where they might sell Beaufort?

also, just thinking aloud, do you think they could wrap it well enough to come home with? or is that not permitted?

thanks!

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