A toaster oven's dream, this French raclette melts like a charm to create an unforgettable meal. And the addition of the white wine rubbed onto the cheese, gives it a special fruity tang. Made from the rich and floral raw milk of cows grazing in the Rhône-Alps region, this raclette, with its fine, creamy consistency is a "must-have" for your winter table. Its name comes from racler (meaning "to scrape"), which describes the way the cheese is cut and consumed. It is typically enjoyed by gathering around a table, cutting the cheese in half, and then melting it.