Visit scenic Errichel Farm just up the Crieff Road from Aberfeldy, for a fun, family friendly Farm Tour (seasonal) or a sumptuous Scottish Cheese or Scottish Charcuterie tasting session, exploring the best of Scottish produce.
Taking place at 10am each morning, Errichel Farm Tours follow our team on our feed rounds, where you will meet and feed Large Black Pigs, Rare-breed Sheep, Shetland Cattle, an assortment of Chickens and ducks, and be introduced to our Highland Ponies.
This fun, family-friendly experience is a super way to find out more about our ethically-reared animals and our ethos. There is a maximum of eight spaces available on each tour, so book now to avoid disappointment.
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Scottish Cheese & Scottish Charcuterie Tastings
Each afternoon, join us for an exploration of Scottish cheese. You’ll enjoy a guided tasting of 5 of the very best Scottish cheeses, with more than one local cheese, and delicious deli accompaniments, keeping your Scottish tasting map as a memento. Alternatively, join us for a Scottish Charcuterie Tasting, where we will discover the very best charcuterie from Scotland’s growing list of fabulous artisan producers.
You can even upgrade your tasting with a paired wine or craft beer tasting!
Our tastings last roughly 45 minutes. Tickets cost £16.50 per person, and booking by 4pm the day before your tasting is required.
There is a maximum of eight spaces available on each tasting, so book now to avoid disappointment.
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