Cahill’s Ardagh Wine Cheese
The cheddar is produced at a family-owned dairy in County Limerick in southern Ireland by the Cahill’s farmhouse cheese family, which is a third generation business. It began in 1902 when the founder, David Cahill, started a small dairy to sell milk door to door. He did very well selling milk, and when the business passed to his nephew in 1920, Cahill began to branch out and started producing soft cheeses. Since then, the family business has evolved to focus more on hand crafted, flavored cheeses like the Ardagh wine cheese that they began making in 1991.
Cahill’s Irish cheddar with elderberry wine can be enjoyed best on crackers or crisp-bread with a glass of vintage port or as a beautiful addition to a cheese board.