Having a zoom virtual meeting with clients or team members? Need a little cheese, wine and other goodies to enjoy together in this new way? We are here to help!
We are able to deliver to multiple areas and locations in Sydney, Melbourne, Brisbane and ACT using a refrigerated courier.
We work closely with you to ensure this process goes as smoothly as possible. All you have to do is choose your favourite cheeses, wines and other goodies and we will do the rest.
Let us know know your budget and we can create “zoom care packs” for your team members or clients. Our packs start at $100 includes cheese, wine, muscatels, crackers and delivery. Minimum of 20 packs
If you have a smaller groups, we have some options below to consider please see the links:
All orders can be placed online.
For corporate orders 20 or more addresses, please contact us email@example.com and let us know what you would like with your budget and we can assist as best we can.
We are chuffed to have been listed as one of the world’s most amazing cheese shops over on the UK Telegraph website. You can read the story here.
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A guide to buying and storing cheese – answers to the most common questions we are asked over the counter at Ocello and at our regular Cheese & Wine Nights.
It’s great fun exploring cheese and wine matches, especially if you stumble upon that match made in heaven where the cheese and wine compliment each other perfectly, revealing different flavours and taste-bud-tingling harmony with every new mouthful.
It’s one of the most common questions we hear at the cheese counter: can people with lactose intolerance eat cheese?
Quite often, the answer is yes – as long as you choose carefully. All milk contains lactose – cow, goat, sheep and buffalo. However, as a result of the cheese-making and maturing process, cheese contains much lower levels of lactose than milk and in fact some mature cheeses are virtually lactose-free.
Fancy yourself as a bit of a cheese aficionado? Make sure you aren’t committing these common cheese platter mistakes:
1. One knife to cut them all
Hands up if you’ve ever been about to zero in on a bit of super-runny Brie on a cheese board, only to find the single cheese knife on offer covered with stinky blue cheese. Any host worth their weight in cheese knows that it’s a good idea to put out a few different knives.
2. Snooze-worthy accompaniments
Too often at Ocello we see people buy an amazing selection of cheeses, and then just stock-standard quince paste to serve with them. Matching your cheese with exciting accompaniments can create some delicious new flavour combinations that will have your guests raving for months to follow – try chestnut honey with strong, hard cheeses, or this luscious strawberry and balsamic jam with creamy goat’s cheeses. Check out our full range of accompaniments here.
The next time you are in store, check out these great Aussie cheeses that won medals at the recent Sydney Royal Cheese & Dairy Produce Show:
- Tarwin Blue: 2013 CHAMPION CHEESE OF SHOW!
- Small Cow Brie: Gold
- Small Cow Camembert: Gold
- Small Cow Fettice: Gold
- Small Cow Redella: Silver
- Pecora Dairy Jamberoo Mountain Blue: Silver
- Holy Goat La Luna barrel: Gold
20% off all cheese in-store! From Thursday 27th December to Monday 31st December 2012. Pop in to take advantage of this great special and stock-up on cheese for your New Years parties – but be quick, as after Christmas our stocks are limited and it’s ‘first-in, best-dressed’. Special applies to cheeses in-store only, not on our online store. Gift Vouchers can’t be redeemed for sale or discounted items.