Lord of the Hundreds

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.


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