If you’ve never had Valençay with a crisp Sauvignon Blanc you’ve not had the best cheese and wine combo in existence. This beautifully crisp and fresh tasting goat’s cheese from the Indre region is full of the flavours of rural France and steeped in history. Legend has is that Napoleon ordered the top was cut off the originally pyramid-shaped cheese because he’d just returned from an unsuccessful trip to Egypt and their shape annoyed him.
£9.95 (approx. 220g)