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£80.00

A luxury selection of seasonal french cheese and saucisson, accompanied by perfectly matched dried fruits, nuts and honey. Delivered to your door, with a beautiful golden platter and festive ornaments and our simple guide to building your own stunning Christmas cheese platter. Make Christmas extra special this year.
What’s inside
A luxury selection of seasonal French Cheese & Saucisson
Perfectly matched dried fruit, nuts & preserves
Crackers
Festive Ornaments
A gold serving platter
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Whats Inside ?

Mont D'or
A type of vacherin cheese and ripened in its wooden boxes. To facilitate transport. It comes from the frontier between France and Switzerland. 
It’s season is between August to March – available to consume between September and May. Most common during Christmas.
We recommend to try with fresh bread and/or baked.
Perfectly matched with fruity red wine , such as Pinot Noir d’Alsace , de Savoie or Bourgogne.  White wine Arbois Blanc, Côtes du Jura Blanc, Beaujolais Blanc and Chablis.
Fourme d’Ambert

French bleu cheese, with a creamy and smooth interior. Very rich and mellow nutty texture. France’s oldest cheeses, made from unpasteurised cow’s milk in the region of Auvergne. To consume preferably from June to December (autumnal flavours of walnuts, hazelnuts and almonds). Can be served with fruit jam (apricots, plums for example) and it matches perfectly with sweet white wines, such as Coteaux-du-Layonfor, or Red Banyuld Grand Cru or Porto.

Tomme Truffles
Tomme Truffles is a special cheese that brings an original touch, it is creamy and delicately aromatic, embellished with truffles which give it a particularly tasty fragrance. Will undoubtedly bring a gourmet touch and originality to all your cheese platters and appetisers and will delight your guests.
It is made in region of Savoie in France and only available during winter.
Superbe recommend to serve with white wine, such as Chablis, Chateaxu Grillet blanc or Côtes du Rhône Blanc.
Saucisson Halzenut
Hazelnut saucisson is a typical French produced, made in the Savoie region. It can be consumed during every season.
Entire hazelnuts are incorporated into the mixture before the sausage is embossed. When drying, the hazelnuts release its aromas and add a special touch to the product and an extra crunchiness. 
 
It is common in France to pair regional dishes with wine from the same region, to match hazelnut saucisson, we recommend a rather “yound” and dry red wine from Bugey Savoie, Ariège, Coteaux de Ain rouge, or any red wine from Allobroges.
Saucisson Traditionnelle

Just like the hazelnut version, the traditional saucisson (charcuterie) produced in the same region, is made from porc, which is seasoned in many ways according to local, regional or national traditions. 

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What's Inside ?

A luxury selection of seasonal french cheese and saucisson, accompanied by perfectly matched dried fruits, nuts and honey. Delivered to your door, with a beautiful golden platter and festive ornaments and our simple guide to building your own stunning Christmas cheese platter. Make Christmas extra special this year.
What’s inside
A luxury selection of seasonal French Cheese & Saucisson
Perfectly matched dried fruit, nuts & preserves
Crackers
Festive Ornaments
A gold serving platter
Buy Now

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What an absolutely beautiful experience, the box arrived with so many lovely things in and when we followed the instructions it was a total show stopper. The cheese and meat were so delicious, we can’t wait to order again!

Could not be happier with my box, the cheese got devoured and now I still get to keep my lovely platter and ornaments for next year! Can’t wait to see what you come up with next!

Mimi Heywood, Stockport

I bought one of these boxes to take to my sister’s house for dinner, we were all so blown away with the quality, but also what a great experience to put the platter together in such a lovely way, it was definitely the talk of the evening. “

Joseph Taylor. Rochdale