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Wigmore Cheese, sweet ewe's milk brie

Wigmore Cheese, sweet ewe's milk brie

£4.73 per 100g

Sweet, soft and delicate, really lovely

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    Wigmore cheese is velvety and fragrant, a traditionally made, ewe's milk cheese made by Anne and Andy Wigmore near Reading in Berkshire.  It is matured for 6 weeks.  This is a washed curd cheese, the process whereby some of the whey is removed and the curds are washed, giving the cheese less acidity and therefore a gentler flavour. The cheese is at its best when ripe and unctious, it's really delicate and slightly sweet, a real treat.  Unpasteurised and vegetarian.

    Milk Type : Sheep's milk

    Pasteurisation : Unpasteurised

    Rennet type : Animal Rennet

    Flavour : Mild

    Country of Origin : England

    Brand : Village Maid

    Product Code : MTCS726

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    Great ewes soft cheese

    Try it it great

    Deborah Brame | Suffolk | October 2021


    This is a wonderful cheese and taste's very creamy. The cheese is always packed very well when it's delivered.

    Vanessa Marston | Nuneaton | January 2022

    Simply Delicious

    A Wigmore Brie and Grape sarnie - simply delicious! Can’t say much more apart from the fact that Mousetrap Cheese are the first company I have found with Ewes Milk Brie so my thanks to them for bringing one of my wishes to fruition.

    Eileen Mitchell | Pickering, North Yorkshire | May 2022

    Great brie

    Not usually a great fan of soft cheese but this was beautiful.

    Simon Lynch | | October 2023

    OK but not Wow.

    A nice brie but started to go over very quickly after arrival, so had to be eaten quickly.

    Helen A | Midlands | January 2022