28th November - Churchills Port at The Jericho Cheese Company
- Presented by Jamie Churchill and Adam Verlander
- Tasting Tickets
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With Christmas around the corner we thought you might be interested in a little festive tasting! Joining up with The Jericho Cheese Company and iconic producer Churchill's Port, The Oxford Wine Company are offering this opportunity to explore a British Cheese and Port tasting in the secret tasting room at The Jericho Cheese Company's Shop on Little Clarendon Street.
Adam Verlander, master cheese specialist and owner of The Jericho Cheese Company, has years of experience including six years with Neal's Yard Dairy and time with a handful of cheesemakers. The shop is filled with specialist farmhouse cheeses from around the British Isles. Everything at Jericho Cheese is attention to detail and dedication to quality, small scale producers. Such delicious cheese and expertise... we couldn't resist the temptation of opening a few bottles of port!
Joining us for the evening will be Jamie Churchill of the Churchill family. Churchill Port was founded in 1981 by John Graham, but not being able to use his family name (you guessed it Graham's Port) he named the company after his wife Caroline Churchill. Churchill are in many ways a traditional port house, preferring to use methods such as foot treading the grapes and allowing natural fermentation, despite being the youngest of the port houses.
The evening will comprise of four cheeses paired with a selection of ports chosen by The Oxford Wine Company and Jamie Churchill. Although these rich and complex wines will most definitely warm the soul, we will be in a working cheese shop so please remember to bring something (or someone) warm to snuggle up with.
Following the great success and popularity of last years event we are expecting tickets to sell out quickly and due to limited space please book early to avoid disappointment.
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