Wildman Charcuterie Wins Gold at the British Charcuterie Awards
Award-winning Wildman Charcuterie based in Malhamdale at Town End Farm Shop is celebrating after being awarded a Gold for its Craven Longhorn Bresaola at the inaugural British Charcuterie Awards.
The new awards took place in August 2018 at Blenheim Palace with a prestigious panel of judges and food industry experts, including Henrietta Green, John Gower, Prue Leith, Xanthe Clay & many more…
Chris Wildman, owner of Wildman Charcuterie, says: “We were thrilled to win a Gold for our Craven Longhorn Bresaola, especially as it is a completely home produced product. Our Craven Longhorn cattle are born and bred on the Limestone Pastures around Malham in the Yorkshire Dales. So we know the provenance is impeccable and a true farm to fork product.”
The results of this year’s awards at Blenheim Palace proved that British Charcuterie is thriving and more than ever appreciated throughout the country.
“We’re delighted at the quality and number of entries for the first British Charcuterie Awards and astonished by the quantity of British businesses – producers, farmers, butchers & chefs – making great Charcuterie. Roll on 2019!” Henrietta Green & Charlotte Sharpe-Neal co-founders of the BritishCharcuterie Awards.
The Wildman family have been making cured meats for five generations in The Yorkshire Dales and still uses some of the original traditional Wildman family recipes.