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About Woolsery Goats Cheese
Woolsery Goats cheese has a number of variants, some hard, soft or semi-soft. All the goats cheeses created by Annette Lee are gluten free and suitable for vegetarians and are naturally handmade on the family run dairy in Dorset, England.
This hard version of the cheese is pasteurised and made with vegetarian rennet, and matured for four months to give a rich and full flavour, without any unnatural preservatives or additives.
Woolsery cheeses were started by Annette Lee in 1990 as she moved to Devon and started to pursue goat farming, originally supplying goats milk to other local cheese and yogurt makers and later deciding to try and make her own cheese. After a few false starts, Annette’s recipe became refined, the dairy moved through to Dorset, and is now met with praise and delight, being stocked around the country and both used and endorsed by a number of celebrity chefs such as Jamie Oliver and Gary Rhodes.
Since its inception, the Woolsery goats cheeses have become a family affair and the whole dairy is now a small family run business. Now part of the specialist cheesemakers association, with both gold and silver award winning cheeses in the 2011 International Cheese Awards.
The cheese itself is mild, creamy and smooth with a crumbly texture and a citrusy tang to finish.
How to Enjoy
Due to the mild creaminess of Woolsery Goats cheese, this makes a great goats cheese addition to any cheese board, but also works well as a base in cooking, both grating and melting really well. We found a delicious sounding vegetarian recipe for Goats cheese, watercress and pine nut Risotto, which has got to be worth a try!
Our cheeses are delivered by courier for overnight/next day delivery, for customers in England and Wales only, so they arrive in the best condition. For customers in Scotland or Ireland, please call us on 01780 489269. Processing your order can take 4-5 days. We charge £6.50 for P&P. Unfortunately we can only deliver within the UK at present. Click here for more details