Anna Sheets, with husband David, gets photo bombed.

Anna Sheets, with husband David, gets photo bombed.

The wines were good. The cheeses were great as usual, made even nicer by the evening’s cheese girl, Anna Sheets. The three cheeses were:

Castello Dill Havarti. They describe it on their website as “A creamy, buttery and mild cheese, Castello┬« Havarti Dill has a subtle and incredibly fresh flavor. Small, aromatic green shoots of dill are distributed throughout the cheese, harmonizing perfectly to create a slightly tangy taste. The distinctive flavor of Castello┬« Havarti Dill continues to develop more character as it matures. The cheese features a soft and creamy consistency that allows for easy slicing.”

Next up was the Smith’s Farmstead Sun-Dried Tomato and Basil Gouda.

And the last was the Clawson’s Cotswold a double Glouchester with rehydrated onions and freeze-dried chives. Their website describes it as “generous flakes of chive and onion, Cotswold has a smooth texture, fresh aroma and lingering taste. It was one of the first blends launched by Clawson in the early 1970s and has remained a firm favourite. It is fantastic served simply in a crusty baguette sandwich, and also makes a versatile cooking ingredient.”

As usual, not a bad cheese served. All great. Next wine and cheese tasting at Wine World will be Third Thursday at 5-8, May 19th.