Murcia al Vino by Merco

Murica al Vino is the Drunken Goat Cheese - a beautiful semi-hard Spanish cheese that's worth seeking out! Our tasting notes give the flavour profile, serving suggestions and more.

Jacquin Buche De Montresor

~ Who draws the straw? ~ The Jacquin family have been making traditional goat's milk cheeses for over 60 years. The...

Le Marquis Chevre De La Foret

A heavenly soft, farmstead goat’s cheese from just outside of Paris. Will Studd is known for his connection to the great worldwide cheesemakers, he collaborates with them to bring a range of cheese with diversity, quality and oodles of history.

Jacquin Buchette Ash

This is a beautiful cheese to include on a cheeseboard - the striking contrast of the black ash dusted onto the pure white is a delight for the eye. The Buchette is a mild and tangy fresh chevre and is slightly moist. Fantastic to use in cooking as well.

Caprinelle tome de chévre - Wow!

Quite often a goats cheese milk can be quite polarising.People either love it or hate it. This Chèvre will really testpeople’s personal thoughts as they taste quite a complex yetsubtle cheese.

Kefalotyri - It will convert you

When it comes to cooked cheeses, haloumi is the number onethought that comes to mind. If you love haloumi, then weguarantee you will love the hard cheese that is Kefalotyri.When cooked, this cheese is called Saganaki. This nameoriginates from the small handled frypan that it is cooked in butnow refers to the godlikeness that is this wonderful dish. Thereare many ways this cheese can be served and certainly worthexploring. Saganaki... Where have you been all my life?

Le Marquis Chevré, Will Studd Selected

We are lucky that one of our mates, Will Studd, happens to also be the top cheese guru in the world. If you haven’t watched his show, Cheese Slices, check it out! Will’s wine friends wanted a cheese that was not “goaty” like many of the other soft goats cheeses that were out there.

Goat Camembert - An Evolving Cheese

The romance of making cheese is one that is in many of us. Butin the case of David & Anne Brown, their cheese romancestarted in 1988 when they bought the historic Milawa ButterFactory...

White Savourine - Goaty Goodness

If you haven’t been to Victoria’s Yarra Valley, what are you waiting for? It has to be one of the country’s most stunning regions, with prestigious cellar doors and artisan food producers, and barely an hour from the hustle and bustle of Melbourne.

Black Savourine from Yarra Valley, Australia

Quite often, people either like goat cheese or they don't. This semi-matured beauty cuts through that with those strong goaty flavours cut down and giving a scrumptious mouthful. This perfect example hails from Yarra Valley Dairy and is hand made and rolled in ash. I could eat this all day as I sip on a nice dry rose.
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