Wine and Cheese


Wine and cheese pairing possibilities are endless. with fresh cheeses, that are not aged and have a mild, slightly tangy flavor, you can drink a fruity red like a pinot noir or a Beaujolais but rosé works well with this style of cheese too. Blue cheeses include Stilton, Roquefort and Gorgonzola. Classic wine pairings tend to be sweet, for example Sauternes with Roquefort or Port and Stilton. For something a bit different, try sloe gin or sweet sherry. And even stout and blue cheese work well together.
with Goat Cheese we suggest a crisp dry Provençal rosé (particularly for a summer picnic) or a fresh fruity red such as Beaujolais.
A crisp dry white wine is perfect with Washed-Rind cheeses like Epoisses, Reblochon, Vacherin Mont d’Or and Taleggio.

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