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Friday, 15 November 2013 18:38

Kappacasein Dairy, SE1

The dairy has been producing its own cheese since 2008. They also produce yoghurt and cultured whey butter and turn out toasted sandwiches, raclette and other cheesy delights

Friday, 15 November 2013 18:14

Cheddar Deli. W13

Over 150 different varieties of cheese from Britain, Ireland, France, Spain, Italy and Holland, as well as meat, charcuterie and deli items.

This Fromagerie & Shop offers 30 soft and hard cheeses, in addition to charcuterie, pâtés, jambons, rillons and lots more.

Friday, 15 November 2013 10:08

International Cheese, NW1

We know so many of our suppliers personally and when you know the faces, the places and the stories behind a cheese or a wine or a chutney you feel a human connection" Ray Kenny, Founder.

Friday, 15 November 2013 09:54

Paxton & Whitfield Ltd, SW1

Specialist in artisan cheeses founded in 1797.
Friday, 15 November 2013 08:56

Brindisa Shop at Borough Market, SE1

Located in the heart of Borough Market and offering a range of artisan Spanish cheeses, charcuterie and other Iberian culinary ingredients.

Friday, 15 November 2013 08:30

The Cheeseboard, SE10

Over 150  artisan cheeses, fine wines, spirits, locally brewed beers and a cheese club.

Thursday, 14 November 2013 12:25

La Fromagerie Café, W1

A large range of Farmhouse cheeses, specially  sourced produce, seasonal fruits and vegetables as well as freshly baked breads, dry store ingredients, extra virgin olive oils and othe condiments.

Tuesday, 12 November 2013 19:30

The Hampstead Butcher, NW3

Located in the centre of Hampstead, The Hampstead Butcher & Providore houses a seperate temperture controlled cheese section within a neighbourhood Butcher, Delicatessen, Charcuterie and Wine Merchant.

Saturday, 02 November 2013 00:49

Cornas North Rhone France

Cornas  is one of the smallest appellations in the Rhône valley and produces around 4,500 litres of red wine using exclusively Syrah grapes .

 The vines grow on a small area of steep slopes facing east south east, thatrise up to 400 meters above sea level.

The soil in the north is sandy and rocky, though some high lying vineyards contain granite, while southern ones are mostly clay.

Traditionally Cornas wines require six to seven years or even longer to age and develop. These are strong, powerful tannic, dense wines that can mellow with age and should be purchased only after careful consideration of the vintage and producer.