Date: Thursday 23 January 2020
Time: 7.00 – 9.30 pm
Venue: La Fromagerie HIGHBURY

The regions of France all have their own particular cheeses to offer, and weather patterns provide clues to the type of styles you can enjoy as well as mountain or valleys too.  There is so much to choose from it is sometimes quite daunting but we are going to explore all the regions and enjoy fresh, soft, washed, hard and blue cheeses that you may know and love already but some that are also new to you.  Lead by

Ed Billins, who will describe the history behind some of the cheeses together with interesting facts behind the styles and techniques.

This event includes a cheese tasting board; wines, beers and ciders will be available to purchase on the evening.

Places to this event are limited. Please note that we cannot process refunds after the purchase of a ticket, although you may transfer your ticket to another person if you are unable to attend after purchasing a ticket.

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