Red Carpet - The Cheese and Red Wine Pairing Selection

Roll out the red carpet and treat your tastebuds to a special night in. We have chosen the perfect cheese and wine pairings which allow each to bring out the best in the other, so elevating the taste to new heights. 

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£55.00
How Much Cheese To Buy
Camembert de Normandie   + £0.00
Saint Nectaire   + £0.00
Comté   + £0.00
Fleurie 'Poncié' Domaine Patrick Tranchard 2022   + £0.00
All-Butter Wheat Crackers   + £0.00

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Product details

CAMEMBERT DE NORMANDIE
250g - Cow, Raw Milk
An unpasteurised Camembert, hand-ladled to produce an undulating surface and a powerful, fruity flavour.

ST NECTAIRE
230g - Cow, Raw Milk
Xavier collects his St. Nectaire cheeses at two or three days’ old and matures them in his cellars, where the natural mould forms and the flavour develops. The finished cheese has a creamy, supple to soft texture, and a distinctive ‘earthy’ flavour.

COMTÉ
250g - Cow, Raw Milk
An unpasteurised French cheese from the Jura mountain region: smooth, mellow, nutty, and with a long finish. From Affineur Marcel Petite. 

FLEURIE 'PONCIÉ' DOMAINE PATRICK TRANCHARD 2022
75cl
Bright ruby red with fresh raspberries on the nose. The palate is soft with a silky mouthfeel and subtle tannins, notes of red cherries and violets on the finish.

ALL-BUTTER WHEAT CRACKERS
125g
Delicate, all-butter, melt-in-the-mouth crackers. A neutral partner for cheese.

More Information
Suitable For Pregnant Women? No
Ingredients

CAMEMBERT DE NORMANDIE:

Cows' MILK, Salt, Animal rennet, Starter culture


ST NECTAIRE:

Cows' MILK, Salt, Starters, Animal rennet,


COMTÉ:

Cows' MILK (99%), Salt, Starter culture, Animal rennet


FLEURIE 'PONCIÉ' DOMAINE PATRICK TRANCHARD 2022:

Alcohol %: 12.5%, Country of Origin: France, Contains SULPHITES


THE FINE CHEESE CO. ALL-BUTTER WHEAT CRACKERS:

WHEAT Flour, Butter (15.75%) (MILK), Whole MILK Powder, Malt Extract (BARLEY), Sugar, Sea Salt, Raising Agents

Nutritional Info (per 100g)

CAMEMBERT DE NORMANDIE:

Energy: 1172KJ, 283Kcal | Fat: 22.5g, of Which Saturated 16.2g | Carbohydrate Trace, of Which Sugars Trace | Protein: 18.5g | Salt: 1.38g


ST NECTAIRE:

Energy 1507kJ 360kcal | Fat 29.8g | Of which Saturates 19.8g | Carbohydrates 1.2g | Of which Sugars <0.5g | Protein 21.8g | Salt 1.1g


COMTÉ:

Energy 1711KJ, 412Kcal | Fat 34g, of which Saturated 22g | Carbohydrate (not specified) | Protein 27g | Salt 0.7g

THE FINE CHEESE CO. ALL-BUTTER WHEAT CRACKERS:

Energy 2289KJ, 543Kcal | Fat 19.7g of which saturates 12g | Carbohydrates 85.3g of which sugars 5.8g | Protein 10.8g | Salt 2.2g

Organic? No
Vegetarian No

Keep your cheeses refrigerated below 8°. 

Hard Cheeses - Eat within 14 days of receipt. 

Whole Cheeses - Eat within 7 days of receipt or the date shown on the pack. Once you have cut into the cheese, eat within 5 days.

Soft and Blue Cheeses - For pieces that are 500g or larger, eat within 14 days. Pieces smaller than 500g, eat within 10 days of receipt.

Semi-Soft, Washed Rind and Crumbly Cheeses - Eat within 10 days of receipt. 

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What's included

Camembert de Normandie
Camembert de Normandie
x1
0.25kgs
R Raw Milk
An unpasteurised Camembert, hand-ladled to produce an undulating surface and a powerful, fruity flavour.
Comté
Comté
x0
1kgs
B Suitable for Pregnant Women R Raw Milk

An unpasteurised French cheese from the Jura mountain region: smooth, mellow, nutty, and with a long finish. From Affineur Marcel Petite. 

Saint Nectaire
Saint Nectaire
x0
1kgs
R Raw Milk

Made from the milk of the now-rare breed of Salers cow native to the Auvergne region of France. Saint Nectaire has a supple and creamy paste and a gloriously ‘earthy’ flavour. From Affineur Xavier Morin.

Freshly cut & wrapped

We unashamedly source, care for and sell the best cheese, because that is what we believe in. Our trained cheesemongers cut every piece to order, by hand, and wrap it in our waxed paper. We do this because it is the most respectful way to treat this precious food.