In general, make generic names lowercase:
cheddar, stilton, gouda, camembert, brie, gorgonzola, chevre, gruyere, fetta, parmesan, raclette, edam, boursault, boursin, caciocavallo, fontina, provolone, mozzarella, bocconcini, ricotta, limburger, manchego, pecorino
Theres a proper noun involved that is unfamiliar as a generic cheese term:
or its the proprietary name of a particular brand of cheese:
Brie de Meaux
When buying parmesan cheese, youll find that Parmigiano Reggiano will cost twice as much as Grana Padano.