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Paired with

three choirs wine


Red Onion & port marmalade


original sourdough


free, scheduled, uk mainland

Cheese and wine, wine and cheese, whichever way round you put it, your tastebuds are the winner.

We’re giving the world what they want with the box to end all boxes. three cheeses, three wines. Rewind...three award winning, crowd pleasing cheeses and three wines curated and paired by our in house experts.

Great as a gift for Grandad, equally as good for a night in on the sofa by yourself.

Comte (200g) with sparkling white

Comte is the ultimate indulgence. It has a lovely grainy texture which when combined with the deep rich nutty sweetness reminds you of eating toffee or milk chocolate. It doesn't have some of the fruity tang you get with a Gruyere, but rather just deep rich burnt nutty caramel-style sweetness.

We know most of our cheese groupies will have tried a fair few Comtes before, but we source ours from the best in the biz, so give us a go and see the difference. Look out for the buttery biscuit cheesecake base finish, with a cheeky little final cameo of roast lamb. True cheesy heaven!

This is paired with Three Choirs Sparking White

40% Madeleine Angevine , 30% Phoenix, 20% Seyval Blanc, 10% Orion.

Picked early to capture freshness and refreshing acidity. A crisp, fresh English Wine, summer hedgerow on the nose, leading on to a full fruit driven palate, and a long clean, zesty finish.

perl wen (200g) with Dry White

The makers of Perl Wen are actually originally Caerphilly experts, but turned their hand to making some other varieties of cheese - thank goodness because White Pearl is a cracker.

Getting Geeky for a second...what is fascinating is that this Brie/Camembert style of cheese is usually quite earthy, mushroomy and reminiscent of Autumn dampness moisture and decaying leaves. But Perl Wen, on account of the Caerphilly influence, is far fresher. Fresher than say a Prince of Bel Air.

This is paired with Three Choirs Dry White.

40% Madeleine Angevine , 30% Phoenix, 20% Seyval Blanc, 10% Orion.

A crisp, fresh English Wine, summer hedgerow on the nose, leading on to a full fruit driven palate, and a long, clean, zesty finish.

Stichelton (200g) with red

Stichelton is an English blue cheese made in Nottinghamshire by Joe Schneider using organic, unpasteurised milk from his Friesian-Holstein cows. It is made using a traditional Blue Stilton recipe, apart from the fact that it uses raw milk and natural rennet. For this reason it cannot be called a Stilton, as now the PDO for Stilton stipulates that it must be made using pasteurised milk after a health scare in the 80’s. As it cannot be called a Stilton, it was decided that it would be called Stichleton instead. However, as it uses the original recipe, some would argue that it is the truest, most traditional ‘Stilton’ in production.

The rusty coloured rind has a slightly spicy tang, and it has a firm texture which is broken by the blue-green mould veins that run throughout. The flavour is nutty, a little sweet and slight toasted, with a creamy finish. A delight on any cheeseboard – this is a cheese with a great back story!

This is paired with Three Choirs Red. A blend of 3 grape varieties well-suited to the UK's climate.

Fresh Berry fruit on the nose, a light fruity red wine, hints of damson on the palate, a balanced finish with light tannins. A great wine as an Aperitif, but also goes well with most fish dishes, white meat and dishes and rich dishes that benefit from a crisp element from the wine. Suitable for vegetarians and vegans (as are all the Three Choirs wines- Martin thinks there’s no reason why a winemaker should be using any animal products nowadays).

Rambunctious Red Onion & Port & Peter's Yard Original Crispbreads 

If three award winning cheeses and perfectly brewed beers weren't enough, we've hooked this box up with two of our finest condiments.

First, it's a Marmalade! Red onions from Lincolnshire and Cockburns Fine Ruby Port have done to hard cheese what Christopher Nolan has done to cinema....made the unbetterable...better.

And second it's our good friends at Peter's Yard with their sourdough Crispbreads. Simply the world's greatest biscuits for cheese...fact.

Delivery & extras

Delivery is not only free, and not only at a set time of your choosing, but also comes in a climate control box (the only in the industry) that comes with a 48 hour freshness guarantee.

If that wasn't enough, we also add an insert that will talk you through the info on the cheeses, tasting notes and a scorecard to help you make the very most of your cheese and wine evening!

For guaranteed christmas delivery order within:


You can choose which date you would like your cheese delivered, so order now and sit back whilst avoiding mask-wearing trips to a cheesemonger. We deliver Tuesday through to Saturday (Sunday and Monday as well if you have a London postcode!) on a next day service using APC couriers. We can take orders up to 10am for next day delivery.