Lord of the Hundreds features in the “Rare Breeds Cookbook” and chefs use use it as an alternative to Parmesan for its dense complexity and hard flesh.
This is a hard, naturally rinded, fabulously complex and savoury cheese. It has delicate grassy notes with a caramelised hazelnut finish. Enjoy Lords with white fruits (apples, pears) and summer fruit jellies (damson, mulberry). It is a delicious partner to semi-dry, aromatic wines from grape varieties such as Sauvignon Blanc, Pinot Gris (Alsace & Alto Adige) and lighter reds like Corte Sant’Alda’s Valpolicella “Ca’ Fiui”.
Lords is matured for eight to ten months.
£22.00 – £140.00