Wrekin White is a cow's milk cheese made in the United Kingdom. The Wrekin White was first made in the 1990s at the Grove Farm dairy in Newport, Shropshire, England by Martin Moyden, and is named after The Wrekin Hill in Shropshire
The milk is from British Friesian cows, The cheese, which is matured for six months, has a rich, creamy, full-bodied flavour which becomes more intense and nutty with age. The rind is brushed with rapeseed oil to prevent it from drying out too much.
Wrekin White has won the following awards:
- Silver medal at the British Cheese awards 2005
- Gold medal at the British Cheese awards 2006
- Silver Medal at the World Cheese Awards 2007
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