Cheese And Wine Shop Tasty Cheddar (image 1)
Cheese And Wine Shop Tasty Cheddar (image 1)
Cheese And Wine Shop Tasty Cheddar (image 1)
Cheese And Wine Shop Tasty Cheddar (image 1)
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Cheese And Wine Shop Tasty Cheddar (image 2)

Cheese And Wine Shop Tasty Cheddar


our Tasty Cheddar is matured for around 14 months to produce a smooth Cheddar with a little sharp bite. Very nice.

Product Code: 0200518

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Cows' Milk
Cows Milk Cheese
Suitable for Vegetarians
Pasteurised Cheese
Pasteurised Cheese

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About the Cheese:

About the producer:

Produced at the foot of the Mendip Hills here in Somerset, and just seven miles from the village of Cheddar, the home of cheddar cheesemaking.

The rich soils of the Wrington Vale, nurtured by the limestone waters of the Mendips, encourage the lush growth of natural grasses on which dairy cattle thrive. Here, three generations of the Alvis family have been hand making cheese for more than fifty years and continue the traditional craft of "cheddaring" the cheese by hand-piling and turning the curd.

Today, traditional methods and skills together with modern technology are used to produce our cheese under strictly controlled hygienic conditions.

Milk from the farms is pasteurised and filled into cheese vats, where a starter culture is added to the warm milk to acidify it. The culture converts the milk sugar (lactose) into lactic acid. When the correct acidity is reached, vegetarian rennet is added to coagulate the milk.

The coagulated curd is then cut to separate the solid curd from the liquid whey. The curds and whey are scalded and stirred until the Head Cheesemaker is satisfied that the curd is of the correct firmness and is then transferred to the cooling tables. The whey is drained off and pumped out to our pig farm to be fed to the pigs. The curd is left to settle and the age-old 'traditional cheddaring' process takes place with the solidifying curd being cut into blocks and turned and stacked by hand. The cheddared curd is then milled and salt added.

The salt expels moisture from within the curd, enhances the flavour and acts as a preservative. The salted curd is then pressed into the required shape.


We want you to be completely satisfied with our goods. However, despite our best efforts, things do go wrong, parcels do go astray, or perhaps its not the right colour. Regardless, we want to make sure we put them right as quickly as possible. So to return goods, we need to give you a Return Merchandise Authorisation (RMA); please dont send anything back without contacting us, and obtaining an RMA.

To Return Goods, and get a RMA

If you want to return goods to us ...

  1. please log in to your account
  2. under Orders, select the Previous Orders tab.
  3. from there, select the relevant order number
  4. click on the RMA link, which is towards the right hand side
  5. Please provide as much information as possible as to why the product/s are unstaisfactory
  6. await our reply (if we havent replied within 48 hours, please call to ensure we have received your request)

Refunds ... The Cheese and Wine Shop of Wellington offers a full refund on all goods that you may be dissatisfied with (this includes Sale items). Customers who send back unwanted goods that are not damaged will receive the value of the item purchased less the delivery costs.
Unsuitable or defective items may be returned for refund or exchange providing they are received within 7 working days of the original delivery date in brand new, unused condition, in the original undamaged packaging (with labels intact, including hygiene strips)

Please ensure that your return is accompanied by a note stating your name, address, email address, contact telephone number, order number, RMA and the reason for the return and what refund/exchange you require. (As agreed in the RMA)
We will consider the overall condition of the product being returned when making a refund. As soon as we receive your goods we will process your request for a replacement item or refund. We will notify you via email as soon as your request has been processed.
You will need to pay the cost of returning goods to us, unless the goods are defective in which case you will receive a full refund including your postage and packaging costs. Proof of return and postage will be required should an item be lost in transit. Neither refunds nor replacements can be made until such proof is provided. We strongly suggest you get a Certificate of Posting from the Post Office when you send an item back.

All refunds are applied to the credit/debit card used to make the original purchase unless otherwise notified. Refunds will be furnished within 30 days of the agreement to refund.
If you have requested a refund, or replacements of a lower value than the returned goods, a refund will be credited back to the card used to pay for the original order. We will let you know as soon as the refund has been processed.

If you have requested replacements of a higher value, you will need to contact us to make the additional payment.
Sending Goods back..

Once you have a return number from us, and you need to return the goods ... please enclose your order number and ensure all items are well packaged to prevent damage. We recommend using a tracked service to ensure they reach us.

Please send them to;

The Cheese and Wine Shop of Wellington
Returns Department
11 South Street, Wellington, Somerset, TA21 8NR
Once the goods are received, we will issue the appropriate replacement or refund as detailed above; please allow upto 21 working days for this process.

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