Classic Regional Cheeses
A silky blue that tastes as good as it looks. It can stand up to punchy chutneys and is soft enough to smother on a cracker. Serve with a zingy pinot blanc.
With notes of fresh citrus and earthy mushroom, this unusual cheese will certainly get your guests talking. Lighter reds like pinot noir work well with Cornish Yarg – Hush Heath is one of our favourite producers.
Delicate enough to sprinkle over salads or crumble onto a seasoned cracker, this goat’s cheese is a real crowd pleaser. To cut through the acidity, a fruity English bacchus would be an excellent choice.
Mellow and mild with a delectable creaminess, this delicious cheese will go well with any chutney or condiment. You’ll need a full-bodied red to really make this cheese dance on your taste buds. Try the fruity, yet peppery London Cru Sydney St 2015.
Perfectly seasoned with a satisfying crunch, use these moreish crisp breads to pack and stack any combinations of cheese that you desire.
A creamy and fruity ewe’s milk cheese with a pleasant spongy texture. The rich complexity of Washbourne lends itself to the moreish Sharpham Pinot Noir.
With its soft, springy texture and fruity taste, this enticing cheese would make a fantastic addition to any serving board. A crisp English rose would make a brilliant partner for this versatile variety.
No cheese board would be complete without a classic Cheddar in the line-up. This nutty, creamy cheese is an excellent example – match it with a strong red such as Renegade London Wine Syrah 2017.