• The Cheese Geek Whole (200g) Winslade

cg top tip: Leave to mature as long as possible, then give 2hrs at room temperature whilst you source the biggest spoons available... and a glass (bottle) of Gewurtzraminer or Vouvray.


Rated 5.0 out of 5
Based on 2 reviews
Age:  6-8 weeks
Milk:  Cow's
Pasteurised:  Yes
Region:  Hampshire
Vegetarian:  Yes

As if it wasn't good enough (or hard enough) to produce one cheese worthy of stopping time and space (Tunworth), they have now produced another... Winslade. Winslade is made in the style of Vacherin, with two notable differences. It is available ALL YEAR ROUND and it's BRITISH.
Winslade is spoonable once it has aged for around 6-7 weeks. It is just the most wonderful example of how cheese can be fresh and floral, but rich, creamy and indulgent at the same time. If that wasn't enough, it's just scooped best soft at the Artisan Cheese Awards!

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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We currently deliver to most UK mainland addresses and our deliveries run from Tuesday to Saturday.

To ensure only the freshest cheese is getting to you, we chop and pack your order on the day of dispatch and we always use a next-day delivery service.

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Meet the Maker

Inspired by her work in a cheesemonger in Australia, Stacey Hedges started making her own cheese. She spotted a gap in the market and embarked on a British camembert style cheese. Now with business partner Charlotte Spruce, Hampshire Cheese produce two multi-award winners!