Winter Cheese Feast


This first Cheese School of 2013 is all about winter, indulgent feasting and cheese (and beer, wine, cider, spirits etc etc).

An evening event based at the consistently brilliant Source Food Hall and Cafe in Bristol’s St Nicholas Market, we will share 5 courses – in the shape of an array of deliciously indulgent cheese dishes, prepared by Head Chef Ross Wills – each expertly matched by Fiona  to a perfect accompanying drink.

We will be joined by cheese makers Todd Trethowan of Trethowan’s Dairy and Tom Calver (who incidentally has just won Best Food Producer at the BBC Food and Farming Awards) of Westcombe Dairy who will talk about their cheeses and what cheeses to look out for in the winter months. They will reveal the mystery of how milk changes through the seasons and how – such a simple ingredient can turn out so many different ways.

We are really excited to be joined by Andrew Cooper of the brand new Somerset brewery, the Wild Beer Co who will guide us through some of their barrel-aged beers. The Wild Beer Co is based at Westcombe Dairy and will therefore provide us with a really interesting territorial element to the tastings.

You will leave the Cheese Feast with a warm glow, a love for artisan cheese and beer and lots of ideas for cooking with it and matching it to the right drinks.

This is an unmissable event packed full of passion, knowledge sharing, insight and education – not to mention cheese.

The perfect treat.

Tickets cost £55 and include 5 courses of beautiful cheese dishes, wonderful wild beers, wines and spirits and an amazing depth of knowledge and passion.

Please note this is an evening event. It will start at 7 and end by 10pm. Tickets must be bought in advance.

Buy tickets here or email us for booking info
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