Cheese for Port

Four cheeses, specially selected to be enjoyed with a bottle of Port.


Four cheeses, specially selected to be enjoyed with a bottle of Port. Perfectly paired by the cheese experts for you to share with family and friends.

Serves 4-6 (port not included)

Your Cheese for Port selection contains:

  • Gruyere Premier Cru (250g): Aged for a minimum of 12 months. Dense in texture, with a fruity, floral flavour that lingers in the mouth.

  • Brillat Savarin Affine (200g): Light textured but very rich in flavour due to the addition of cream.

  • Stichelton (250g): A traditional blue cheese made in Nottinghamshire to a Stilton recipe, but using unpasteurised cows milk.

  • Kirkhams Lancashire (250g): Farmhouse Lancashire made using a traditional two day curd method. Open textured and buttery.
PLU 662
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