Introducing Beauvale by Cropwell Bishop Creamery…
Here at Cropwell Bishop we’re very excited about Beauvale – our new and delicious creamy, soft blue cheese created here in the dairy.
Beauvale has been carefully developed to perfection by our very own Robin Skailes and Howard Lucas, we love its soft melt in the mouth texture and mellow flavour.
Beauvale is perfect for both Stilton fans, and those of you that prefer a milder blue flavour. It's perfect on a cheeseboard served with crackers, bread or fruit. Or tastes just as wonderful melted in pasta or on grilled meat. And it makes a great addition to a salad or dressing too - the list is endless! Find recipes for Beauvale and our other cheeses here.
It's award-winning too...
Great British Food Awards - Winner 2016
Our delicious Beauvale was declared the overall winner by Michelin Star chef Nathan Outlaw in the cheese category of these national artisan food and drink awards. The entries are initially short-listed based on a producer's commitment to provenance and local sourcing, before being taste-tested by a panel of top names in the British food industry.
Great Taste Award winner
Beauvale was awarded top marks in the 2015 Great Taste Awards, making it one of just 130 food products out of 10,000 judged, to gain prestigious three-star recognition.
And the good news didn't end there, Beauvale was also featured in the Great Taste Top 50 Foods list, which is the award's top 50 must-try foods.
The Great Taste competition is a very prestigious awards programme with hundreds of judges taking part, and thousands of products being tasted. Foor our Beauvale cheese to be so successful in the competition is fantastic. Follow this link to see what the judges thought of Beauvale.
Beauvale is produced with the same care and attention as all Cropwell Bishop cheeses. It contains nothing but British milk from our Peak District farmers, and cultures that give it its distinctive mellow blue flavour. Our artisan cheese makers carefully hand ladle Beauvale into moulds before leaving it to mature for seven weeks, during which time it is turned by hand and develops its thin edible crust.
The name Beauvale was conceived by Robin's friend, Ben. He's a rather creative chap and took inspiration from the Vale of Belvoir, which is the name of the area surrounding Cropwell Bishop. And there's a story behind Beauvale's logo too. Children at nearby Manor Farm Montessori School, including Robin's son, stenciled and coloured the lettering, making Beauvale's logo truly unique.
Beauvale available through a number of select outlets. Click here to find your nearest stockist.
Get in touch
We think Beauvale is something very special, but then we did create it! So we'd really love to know what you think of our new cheese too. Robin is ready and waiting to hear your feedback so please get in touch by email at Robin@stiltonhq.co.uk or send us a tweet @YummyStilton.