Multi award-winning cheese maker Martin Gott, creator of the iconic Lake District cheese St. James has opened his new dairy in Altrincham.

He has literally set up shop in New Market Square, creating an artisan cheese monger’s… his new venture called New Market Dairy, is already serving up an array of handmade cheeses from across the British Isles, alongside a carefully curated selection of artisan cheeses from further afield, which Martin has carefully chosen from his personal favourites.

To introduce himself Martin, is set to host the first of many regular Friday cheese-based evenings on 25th October at New Market Dairy, New Market Sq, Altrincham.

These informal gatherings are designed to tantalise your taste buds and take you on a delicious journey of discovery as you delve a little deeper into the passionate people who create our wonderful world of food…

So, if you love cheese but find the huge variety and different types a little baffling or you just simply want to find out more then head down to New Market Dairy at 6.30pm for an informal introduction to artisan cheeses with one of the UK’s leading cheese makers…

Proceedings will get underway with a glass of fizz carefully paired with a selection of delicious Sicilian inspired amuse bouche created by New Market Dairy’s neighbours Little Orange Co.

After which Martin will take you on a journey of discovery introducing a selection of specially curated naturally made cheeses, served with breads and crackers crafted by Lovingly Artisan Bakery, all expertly paired with organic and bio-dynamic wines chosen by Nic Rezzouk from Reserve Wines.

Guests will taste different profiles of cheese from the really young and fresh, to some of our more mature cheeses, touching on the different styles, milks and techniques involved in making them.

Along the way, Martin will share a little of his expert knowledge, and Nic will share some hints and tips to help you to taste wine like a pro too!

To finish guests will be treated to a delicious sweet confection lovingly created by the Little Orange Co.

Tickets are priced at £30.00 per person and must be booked in advance as places are limited they can be purchased through Eventbrite by clicking the following link: