Wine & Cheese Tasting at Wolf Wine, Bath (Featuring Bath Soft Cheese)

A few weeks ago we were invited down to the lovely Wolf Wine, tucked away in a tiny hut in Green Park Station (map below), for a wine & cheese tasting evening, featuring four of Bath's Soft Cheese's gorgeous... you guessed it... cheeses.


Wolf Wine is a wine shop that is a little bit different to your classic 'wine bar' which has the tendency to attract a certain type of person and sometimes be a little bit pretentious. Wolf Wine isn't like that at all. It's artistic, creative and celebrates the winemakers who are a little bit different. They serve a range of craft wines from all over the world including organic and natural wines (no nasties).

Bath Soft Cheese, on the other hand, is an entirely 100% organic cheesemakers who are local to the area. You can actually visit the farm in Kelston (for more information, click here 👈🏼). They even have a great cafe which you may have seen featured on our instagram page @batheats.



Let's start with cheese first. Just look at that stack 🧀😍.

Our absolute favourite cheese was the Wyfe of Bath. It was succulent, nutty, creamy and kind of like a gouda-style cheese. We literally couldn't stop eating this. So dreamy.

Our second favourite was probably the Merry Wyfe. This is an award-winning cheese that's washed in cider every other day for four weeks (hence the name 'Merry' Wyfe). The cider is made on the same farm as the cheese, from organic apples harvested on the farm.

The two other cheeses on offer were the Bath Soft Cheese and the Bath Blue (a classic blue cheese made from organic cow's milk). Both were really good too, we just loved the first two even more.


We were given so many crackers as well. We literally ate our weight in cheese. It was divine. This was us (no exaggeration at all):


Moving onto the wine, we tried a couple of different ones.

Holzer Space Invaders (Wagram, Austria) is an all-natural orange wine made with as little sulphite as possible. It was delicious.

Testalonga Baby Bandito Chin-Up (Swartland, South Africa) is produced from Cinsault grapes grown in Swartland without sulphites. We loved this one too.

Franco Mondo Di Vino (Piedmont, Italy) is a blend of 70% Barbera and 30% Cabernet Sauvignon to create a really dark rich wine. All of the grapes are grown in the organic soils in the hills of Piedmonte and the grapes are sundried before being crushed and fermented (yum).

The Holzer Space Invaders was probably our favourite, but we are definitely more white wine people rather than red. The lovely girls that we were sat with loved the reds too. As you can see from the names of the wines, Wolf Wine is definitely not your standard wine place. It's very different and charming.

You need to pay them a visit if you can - you can even buy refillable wine bottles and can refill them with your favourites in store.

Thank you so sooo  much Wolf Wine for inviting us. We would highly recommend going to one of their wine & cheese evenings. In fact, they have a wine & cake pairing coming up in a few days (tickets here 👈🏼). We would recommend booking as they're almost sold out!


Disclaimer: Bath Eats was invited to this event on a complimentary basis in return for an honest review to be posted on our social media channels. All thoughts and opinions expressed herein are my own and not influenced by the company, and/or its affiliates in any way. 

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