• The Cheese Geek 180g Wigmore

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Age:  6-8 weeks
Milk:  Sheep's
Pasteurised:  No
Region:  Berkshire
Vegetarian:  Yes

A fascinating British interpretation of brie (loosely speaking), this is made by the same producers of the Camembert-style 'Waterloo'. Made from sheep's milk, Wigmore is milkier, butter-rich, and rather than earthy, it has a soft creaminess that's balanced by a lovely fruity-sweet fermented aroma. Finally, there's the perfectly smooth finish, with none of the bitterness you get from a Brie or Camembert. It allows some nutty caramel flavours to come into the mix, which is totally unexpected from a bloomy rind cheese like this. A really lovely, relatively mild cheese for those wanting something more subtle and relaxed compared to the more robust flavours that are usually associated with a Brie or Camembert. This is cheese-making at its most masterful.

Delivery is FREE and it 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 festive cheesegeek delivery.

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Meet the Maker

Inspired by the Italian cheeses she saw whilst sailing the med, Anne Wigmore began Village Maid Cheese in 1986. From humble beginnings in Reading, Anne has grown the dairy, which now resides in Riseley, using the milk from local farms to produce five award-winning cheeses!