No, we’re not talking about supporting undergarments: we’re talking about Bra in the Piedmont region of Italy – famous for it’s biannual Slow Food Cheese Festival.
An opportunity to taste, learn about, and buy cheese, The Cheese Makers Market will offer cheeses from over 70 different producers, showcasing both British and Continental varieties.
In association with Premier Cheese and La Cave à Fromage, this will mark the second year of the market. Last year’s participants included noted producers such as Cooleeney from Ireland, Thornby Moor from Cumbria, Bath Soft Cheese, Cornish Blue Cheese, Errington from Scotland, Isle of Mull Cheddar and Innes Cheese from Staffordshire.
This year, Eric Charriaux and Amnon Paldi, Directors of both Premier Cheese and La Cave à Fromage, will be making The Cheese Makers Market even bigger and better, with more producers (hailing as far as Portugal, Spain, France and Italy), cheese and wine matching tutorials hosted by renowned wine journalist Tim Atkin, workshops, chef demonstrations and food & drink stalls.
For consumers looking for a one stop for everything relating to Cheese and Dairy, it looks like Old Beaconsfield will be the place to be.