Somerdale Cotswold is a whole cow’s milk cheese made in Gloucestershire County, England. The paste is speckled with pieces of chives and onions which give the pale orange cheese its distinctive appearance. Although the natural flavor of this alone or as part of a cheese platter. Because of its strong herbaceous flavor, pair it with other milder cheeses and crackers to keep your platter from overpowering or clashing with itself. In England, Cotswold is referred to as a pub cheese, and although it would pair beautifully with a Zinfandel or a Shiraz, don’t forget to save a bit to enjoy later with an ice-cold beer and some toast.