If you are a lover of cheese, this article is just for you. Paring a variety of wines and tantalizing cheese always works. In this article am going to share with you how you can pair wine and cheese for them to bring a better experience and taste.
Consider pairing Brie with Napa Valley and Palmaz Amalia Chardonnay
This pairing is based on a specific pairing principle where cheese should be paired with wine of equal weight. Moreover, the matching is based on a principle where white wines are paired with cheese. However, Brie can be served with Braswell Red Pepper Jelly.
Pairing Comte with Schramsberg Blanc de Noirs Brut
Matching this two is based on a principle that rich, salty cheese needs to be paired with sparkling wine. On the other hand, one should pair cheeses and wines which are of the same flavors. Comte has very good taste; thus, I like serving it with Marcona almonds combined dried apricots.
Pairing Mimolette with Bodegas Muga Rioja Reserva Unfiltered
They demonstrate the principle where we need to pair hard cheese with red wines. This fantastic orange hard cheese matches well with dried fruit such as figs, apricots, and cranberries.
Pair Saint Agur blue cheese with Chateau Guiraud Sauternes
These two illustrate how one can match cheese and wine of an entirely different flavor. In case you want a better experience, you can serve this creamy, salty blue cheese with a drizzle of honey.
Wine is perfect by itself. However, there’s no harm in adding more flavour and experiencing other perfect combinations that can satisfy your palate and make you enjoy food and beverage to the next level.