Wildcroft Cheese


Frowsbury Hill

Frowsbury Hill Cheese is a fresh, creamy yet slightly crumbly goats cheese with a lovely subtle goaty aftertaste.
It’s name derives from Frowsbury Hill which is located approximately 50 yards from our front gate. This is where Queen Victoria inspected her troops in 1858 after an outbreak of Cholera erupted in Aldershot making it unsafe for the Monarch to visit the town.

Puttenham Oak

Puttenham Oak has the same fresh, creamy, slightly crumbly texture as our versatile Frowsbury Hill cheese, but we’ve given it a bit of a French feel by adding garlic and herbs. This makes it a lovely cheese for crackers, or try adding it to a steaming hot baked potato … yummmm

Smokey Doe

Smokey Doe has the same base cheese as Frowsbury Hill but it has a very subtle smokey flavour running through it. This cheese has been developed with the help of Ben Piette of Maison in Wrecclesham and has graced his restaurant’s menu. As this is a unique cheese it’s well worth giving it a go.