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Granges Paccot, 08.08.2018 (lifePR) - With a total of 11 awards at the International Cheese Awards, the Swiss cheese specialists at Affineur Walo reaffirm last year’s success and once again underline the extraordinary quality of their cheeses.

Affineur Walo honored with 11 awards at the Nantwich Cheese Show

The Nantwich Cheese Show is the traditional “summer picnic” of the English cheese industry, and also hosts the International Cheese Awards. These take place annually over two days in July, on a green meadow near Nantwich. A new record was set this year with more than 5,000 registrations from all over the world.

With a total of 11 awards, including 3 gold, 3 silver, 3 bronze, and 1 highly recommended, Affineur Walo confirms the extraordinary quality of their cheeses. Here is an overview of the awards:

Gold:

  • Red Wine Bärgler: Hard cheese, matured with red wine for at least 12 months.
  • Stärnächäs: Semi-hard cheese from St. Gallen, produced by Marcel Gabriel, matured for at least 8 months.
  • Le Poya, made of milk from Freiburg and produced by Milco SA: Hard cheese, aged for at least 10 months.

Silver:

  • Affineur Walo Le Gruyere Extra Sharp: Matured in a cave for at least 14 months.
  • Gallus: Hard cheese produced by Marcel Gabriel, matured for at least 12 months.
  • Red Wine Sennechäs, matured by Affineur Walo: Semi-hard cheese from eastern Switzerland, aged for at least 7 months and matured with red wine.

Bronze:

  • Affineur Walo Le Gruyere Extra Sharp: Matured in a cave for at least 14 months.
  • Gallus: Hard cheese from eastern Switzerland, produced by Marcel Gabriel, matured for at least 12 months.
  • Armailli de la Gruyère: Semi-hard cheese, produced by Milco SA in Sorens, aged for at least 8 months.
  • Le Poya, made of milk from Freiburg: Semi-hard cheese, produced by Milco SA, aged for at least 10 months.

Highly recommended:

  • Red Wine Bärgler: Semi-hard cheese, matured with red wine for at least 12 months.

Affineur Walo’s cheese has grown popular around the world

Swiss Affineur Walo has made it its goal to age the best cheese from Switzerland to perfection. With the steadily rising popularity of Affineur Walo’s cheese in Europe and overseas, they are proving that they have found the right path and that it pays off to consistently strive for top quality.

Today, cheese by Affineur Walo is available all around the world: at cheese specialty shops and department stores like Harrods in England; at the department store Kaufhaus as well as various Edeka distributors such as Scheck-in, Hieber, or Zur Heide in Germany; in the USA, mainly on the east coast; and in the major Japanese cities of Tokyo, Hanshin, Nagoya, Kyoto, Hiroshima, Fukuoka, and Sapporo.