The Minas Gerais region of Brazil produces almost as much raw milk cheese as France but most of it is illegal and must be transported to market in secret.
Galicia or ‘Green Spain’ is well known for the beautiful cathedral city of Santiago de Compostela, but the region’s high rainfall and mild maritime climate is also perfect for dairy farming.
Will visits Vancouver before taking a seaplane to beautiful Salt Spring Island to meet the owners of two fascinating small cheese dairies.
The beautiful city of Lyon is widely recognised as the gastronomic centre of France.
Will follows the ancient shepherds trail from the mountains of Abruzzo to the plains of Puglia.
Will travels to the beautiful Jamtland region in central Sweden to see the world’s most expensive cheese- Moose Cheese.
Will travels to Seattle in the Pacific North West of the United States to meet the founder of Beecher’s famous cheddar cheese.