There are only seven producers of "real" Roquefort blue cheese. The largest and most famous by far is Roquefort Société. The others include Gabriel Coulet, Roquefort Papillon, Vernières, Carles, Fromageries Occitanes, and Combes (Le Vieux Berger).
Gabriel Coulet Roquefort "Le Petite Cave"
"La Petite Cave" is the reserve version of Gabriel Coulet. Their head cheesemaker selects the finest wheels of Roquefort in their cellar and they become "Le Petite Cave". Come in for a taste of this gold medal winning cheese.
"The story of Gabriel Coulet brings us in 1872, when Guilhaume Coulet, a carter by trade, began to dig a cellar under his residence of Roquefort with the intention of letting some bottles of wine mature…
Then, he discovered a fleurine (one of the famous faults which ventilate Roquefort cellars), and he decided to continue his labour to make a maturing cellar.
Years passed and our founder gave the torch to his son Gabriel Coulet in 1906. Passion becoming stronger, Gabriel Coulet worked passionately giving in this way his name and his fame to the company.
A few decades later, it was his son-in-law’s turn, Francis Laur, to take over the reins, and he made a famous cellar of it.
The fourth generation (Pierre and André Laur, Francis Laur’s sons) knew how to conquest over the years the hart and the papillae of lovers of Roquefort from France and abroad expanding strongly sales in the world.
The fifth generation (Jean-Pierre and Emmanuel Laur, Pierre and André Laur’s respective sons), boosted by a passion and an undeniable family talent, today takes up the challenge of Gabriel Coulet Roquefort recognized for its quality in the whole world.
Many medals (including Gold medal in 2004, 2005 and 2006 at the agricultural general show of Paris) reward the relentless work of this family and independent company (SME) hanged out in the middle of the mass of fallen rocks of Roquefort…" -- their website