Le Cendrillon is described by the producer as a "vegetable ash-covered, soft surface-ripened soft goat cheese with a semi-strong, slightly sour taste that becomes stronger with age."
This Quebec goat cheese named Cinderella was voted the best cheese in the world at the World Cheese Awards 2009, beating out 2,440 entries from 34 countries. It won in all categories. It is made by La Maison Alexis de Portneuf in St. Raymond de Portneuf which is located about 50 kilometres northwest of Quebec City on the north shore of the St. Lawrence river.
Since winning this award, the cheese has been very hard to find in Montreal! Many shops that stock a lot of cheeses - all were always out. Then I visited Ottawa, there, the shop in Byward Market had this cheese easily available. Looks like Quebecers are far more interested in this cheese than people in other provinces. One Saturday morning, finally found the cheese at La Fromagerie Atwater. Continued checking for one more week - did not find it anywhere except Atwater.
Supposedly, the same cheese maker makes an even better goat's cheese - Barre a Boulard!