What’s it taste like? Creamy and crumbly Yorkshire Wensleydale made to a time-honoured recipe.
Where’s it from? Made at the Wensleydale Creamery in Hawes, Yorkshire. It comes as a 200g cheese wrapped in green wax. Suitable for vegetarians.
You can also buy Yorkshire Wensleydale as part of The Wallace and Gromit Cracking Cheese Box.
Yorkshire Wensleydale is a British territorial cheese. Here’s a list of some of the British territorials – how many have you tried?
Narrow Sea is an English take on a Belgian beer style. Brewed with a combination of traditional Yorkshire yeast and a British heritage Brettanomyces strain, this light English Saison walks firmly on the dry side of life. A strong, malty aroma needs an equally strong-flavoured cheese. With a Yorkshire yeast base, there was no better choice than creamy, crumbly Yorkshire Wensleydale. This classic British territorial cheese is slightly sweet but also has a tart finish, which works well with the subtle hints of orchard fruits and elderflower that the Saison brings.
Tracklements Original Onion Marmalade was the UK’s first onion marmalade. Made with a splish of redcurrant juice for a pleasing tang, it’s excellent with a multitude of cheeses, and we find it’s perfect for crumbly territorials such as Wensleydale. Crumbly territorials are as much about the texture as they are about the flavour, and the marmalade with it’s caramelised, juicy onions makes for an interesting mouthful.
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