Debra Dickerson

Selling British farmhouse quality to Americans
Issue: March 31, 2002

Debra Dickerson claims she has the best job in the world. As a traveling saleswoman for Neal's Yard Dairy, in London, she flies around the United States promoting some of the world's most powerful and compelling cheeses—fudgy Beenleigh blue, buttery Kirkham's Lancashire, dense and golden Appleby's Double Gloucester—which she lifts out of insulated bags in town after town for grateful chefs, restaurant fromagers and fancy-food retailers.

For the full article, check out the new issue of Wine Spectator, on newsstands March 31, 2002.

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