Four cheeses, specially selected to be enjoyed with a bottle of bubbly.
A selection of cheese, specially compiled to be enjoyed with a bottle of Champagne or sparkling wine. Bubbles can cut through rich, fatty cheeses while the acidity can marry well in equally acidic cheese. Plus, you can often get wonderful biscuit notes on the wine which is a perfect complement to cheese.
Bubbles can cut through rich cheeses, while the acidity can marry equally well in acidic cheeses. Plus, you often get wonderful biscuit notes on the wine which is a perfect complement to cheese. This selection includes a postcard introducing the cheeses and explaining that they are specially selected to be enjoyed with fizz. A delicious treat for a dinner party, or a great gift idea - you can add a personalised gift message when you go to checkout.
Serves 4-6 (Champagne not included)
Your Cheese for Fizz Selection contains:
Langres 180g PDO: An historic French cheese with a unique truncated shape. Made with a depression in the centre designed to hold Champagne - pour in a little fizz in at your dinner table and watch it bubble!
- Golden Cross 225g: A charcoal coated log shaped goats cheese with a firm texture and fresh lemon flavour which intensifies with age.
- Parmigiano Reggiano PDO 250g: One of the most famous cheeses from Italy. Paxton & Whitfield Parmigiano Reggiano is matured for over 24 months. Rich, salty & sweet in flavour.
- Caerphilly Gorwydd 250g: Award winning, Gorwydd Caerphilly is a delicious cheese which has a creamy softness and mushroom umami. The centre of the cheese is crumbly with a lemon, acidic tang.
- Paxton & Whitfield Traditional Wholegrain Oatcakes 200g: A delicious wholegrain oatcake for cheese, fine-milled for a delicate and crispy crunch. Handbaked by our artisan bakers in Scotland.
Your cheese is hand-cut and hand-wrapped to order by our expert cheesemongers. Select your delivery date when you go to checkout for a fresh, chilled arrival.
Due to a shortage in British Goats cheeses this year, we may need to sub Golden Cross for an equally delicious British Goats cheese.