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The world's best cheese revealed – and it's not British or French

By Tomé Morrissy Swan

03 Nov 2022 · 3 min read

It may be most famous for an especially thrilling European Ryder Cup victory in 2010, but the Celtic Manor Resort in Newport, South Wales, became the site of an even more nail-biting affair. On Wednesday evening, a gruyere was named the best cheese in the world for the fifth time in the event’s 34-year history, beating an expectant home nation to top spot. 

The gruyere, made by the village dairy Vorderfultigen, capped off a stellar night for classic cheeses, with a gorgonzola dolce finishing second. 

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