British Charcuterie

Traditionally made from pork products, Charcuterie now refers to any cured, smoked and preserved meats.

A means of preserving food from the days before refrigeration, charcuterie is often regarded as a continental specialty.  From the spectacular Wild Boar and Pork Salami from Trealy Farm to the Smoked Venison from Great Glen Game, the UK now boasts an impressive array of British charcuterie to rival any from the Continent.

Wine Match: Medium bodied reds such as a Margaux work beautifully with charcuterie; however, we’re also partial to a nice Fino Sherry.  Smoked foods work well with oaked wines, with stronger smoke matching well with more robust oaky wines.

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Winner of the British Charcuterie Award 2018
Melts in the mouth!
Succulent and subtle flavour
Slate Cheese Board
Perfect for Cheese and Charcuterie
It's Time for Tapas!
Charcuterie at its best!