With Le Cheese Geek, Fabrice and his cheesemonger friends want to offer you the best cheese tasting experience in Paris. They select exclusive farm cheeses and pair them with unique beverages. The tasting is given in an immersive vaulted cellar by Cheese Geeks – English-speaking certified cheese mongers that will really connect with you and make cheese as simple and funny as they can.
Before, Pierre worked behind a computer, but he realized quickly that he enjoyed working with his hands and get actual smiles from people.
He decided to start a new career as a cheese monger! He worked for 4 years in one of the best cheese shops in town called Fromagerie Quatrehomme where he ended up manager of the shop! Last year Pierre decided to expand his knowledge in wine and obtained the famous WSET Level 3 and became…a sommelier! Now, in between his trips around France to meet cheese and wine producers, he enjoys sharing his passion and giving great tasting experiences to cheese lovers like you!
After her studies in sciences, Ashley decided overnight to discover the wonderful world of cheese. Born and raised in NYC, she got her start in the caves at Murray's Cheese, the premier cheese shop in the United States. After spending a couple of years working as a cheesemaker and monger in North Carolina, she moved to Europe to discover new cheeses. She has traveled all over Europe working with great cheese producers before settling in Paris to pursue her cheesy dream.
Fabrice couldn’t find his perfect job after his business studies. Curious and willing to get some fresh air, he decided during the summer 2014 to work on a goat cheese farm in central France. This experience changed his life - he decided to join a cheese monger school in Paris. He worked in several Parisian cheese shops and specialized in affinage in Laurent Dubois’ caves, the best in town! Not to turn into a weird cave man, he started giving cheese tastings to friends and visitors for him to share his passion for cheese while meeting cheese addicts from all over the world.