Its history dates back to the year 1115, when monks at the Rougemont monastery in the Gruyère region in West Switzerland began to cultivate the surrounding Alps. Gruyère AOP – the most influential and important Swiss cheese – is still today the favourite of the Swiss among the local cheeses.
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