Opened in the 1980s, Alléosse aims to not only provide a varied selection of premium quality cheeses, but to also preserve the art of traditional cheese making. This charming shop in the 17th arrondissement features only artisanal cheese made by hand to the high standards of owner and master cheese maker Philippe Alléosse. Proving that it takes traditional techniques seriously, the shop has four cellars, each dedicated to a specific type of cheese: goat’s cheeses, soft cheeses with a flowery rind, soft cheeses with a washed crust, and pressed cheeses that are either cooked or uncooked.


  • 13 Rue Poncelet, 75017 Paris, France

Featured Products Explore new arrivals at the Gessato Shop

More for you

  • Phytophilia by Sara Martinsen

    An exhibition that showcases the potential of natural fibers in product design and architecture projects….

  • The Hoof Cafe

    A brutalist, minimalist interior that references equestrian architecture. Dubai-based studio Bone designs spaces that challenge…

  • The Tessa Armchair

    A modern armchair that celebrates Italian craftsmanship and rural traditions. When buying a piece of…

  • Residenze Carlo Erba

    An apartment building designed as a contemporary evolution of traditional Milanese architecture. Located in Milan,…

  • The Hinterhouse Sauna

    A minimalist wood-clad sauna designed for a Nordic-inspired retreat in a woodland in Quebec, Canada….

  • What is Scandinavian Design?

    Scandinavian design is a prominent design movement that has influenced everything from architecture and interior…

Take me there

  • The TypeO Loft

    A relaxing Swedish retreat designed with one open-plan room and floor-to-ceiling windows. Part of a…

  • The Roncolo 1888 Resort

    A high-end bed and breakfast on a sprawling wine estate in Italy. Located in the…

  • Beach Hotel in Odessa

    A spectacular guest suite imagined for a beach retreat in Odessa, Ukraine. With the 2020…