To join our Friday night events, just buy a pack and you'll receive it in plenty of time, along with a tasting card, recipe and a link to the show.
These are not-for-profit events to introduce you to our artisan cheesemakers, so no need to buy. If you'd prefer not to have the cheese, you can join for free, go to the contact page and type the event you'd like to join and we'll send a link. Simple!
For individual or group virtual-hosted tastings, simply buy a pack and you'll receive your cheeses and wines, a show video and instructions. Then you just sit back, sip and enjoy!
For live online events hosted by Francis and the team, please get in touch. 01428 656 319.
This fun, virtually-hosted tasting showcases the finest British cheeses and matching international wines in a humour-filled show. Inspired by cheesemaker and wine expert Francis Gimblett’s 100 Cheesemakers in 100 Days road trip and forthcoming book, Gimblett’s Guide to the Best of British Cheese, the experience is engaging, fun and highly interactive.
Join us in the company of Mary Quicke, a leading figure in the British Artisan cheese scene and the 14th generation of the Quicke family on Home Farm, produder of Quicke's Cheese. Mary's passion for her dairy herd and artisan cheesemaking methods make her a leading authority on traditional cheese production. In 2005, Mary received an MBE for her contribution to farming and cheesemaking. "When you love what you do it never feels like work, and cheesemaking at Home Farm is what makes me tick. I am inextricably linked to the land and our herd; and creating beautiful cheeses is my passion."
The last producer making exclusively unpasteurised, cloth-bound Cheshire Cheese, Appleby's is a cornerstone for the British artisan cheese scene and an important part of the country's heritage. Join us and learn why this fabulous British classic was once the country's most popular cheese. You'll taste a pair of the country's finest cheeses, discover a little of Cheshire's history, be given a recipe and do a little drink matching with third generation Sarah Appleby.