Winslade, developed over a five-year period, is the sibling cheese for Tunworth.
This Vacherin/Camembert cross is encircled in a spruce collar which gives Winslade a unique and distinctive pine note. Matured in the same way as traditional Camembert, Winslade has an unusual pinkish hue and a dappled rind.
A ripe Winslade is soft and unctuous with a quiet floral earthiness. Milder than Tunworth, yet superbly rich and gentle on the palate, this is a very popular choice on a British cheeseboard.
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