To really understand how time influences the texture, strength and complexity of a cheese you need to do a vertical tasting –tasting the same cheese at 3 different ages. But to know who makes the best cheese or how the terroir changes a cheese you need to do a horizontal tasting. No, you don’t need to do it lying down, you just need to join Juliet Harbutt, lecturer at the University of Gastronomic Science in Italy, for a tasting of some exceptional, lesser known artisan NZ cheeses. To underline these differences Juliet has been working with Mac & The Team at Advintage to come up with some great wines that really bring out the subtle nuances. Discover what difference a day, week or year makes to cheese and see how, with different wines, the influence of terroir is underlined. For anyone who simply loves cheese and wine.
Ticket price includes: nine cheese tastings and three wine tastings
F.A.W.C! is a series of exceptional food and wine experiences set in stunning locations in Hawke’s Bay. Running twice a year, F.A.W.C! is a chance to get up close and personal with chefs and food producers, wine makers and the clever people that make up the New Zealand food and wine scene. F.A.W.C! Summer Series runs November, 6-15, 2020
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