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Pairing Wine and Cheese

Pairing Wine & Cheese

Confused as to what cheese to serve with which wine? Below are some suggestions:

Barolo and Barbaresco
hard types, especially Parmigiano-Reggiano

Bordeaux (red)
hard types, especially Pyrenees mountain cheeses

Bordeaux (white)

soft and goat types, especially crottin and other aged goat cheeses

Burgundy (white)
hard types, especially Garrotxa and Comte

Burgundy
hard types, especially Tomme de Savoie

Cabernet Sauvignon
hard types, especially dry Jack or aged Cheddar

Champagne and sparkling wine
soft types, especially Brie, Camembert, Reblochon

Chardonnay
see Burgundy (white)

Chianti (Sangiovese-Tuscan reds)-
hard types, especially Pecorino Toscano

Merlot
hard types, especially dry Jack

Pinot Noir

see Burgundy (red)

Port

blue or extreme types, especially Stilton

Riesling (dry)
soft types, especially Reblochon

Riesling (sweet)
soft or extreme types, especially Epoisses

Rioja
hard types, especially Garrotxa or Cheddar

Sauternes, late-harvest whites

blue types, especially Roquefort

Sauvingon Blanc (dry), Sancerre and Pouilly-Fume

goat types, especially fresh chevres

Sherry (dry)
hard types, especially Cheddar and Garrotxa

Sherry (sweet)
blue and extreme types, especially Cabrales

Syrah (including Red Rhones)
hard types, especially Pyrenees mountain cheeses

Very Sweet Dessert Wines (Australian Liqueurs, Pedro Ximenex Sherry)
extreme types, especially Taleggio

Viognier

soft or hard types, especially Camambert or Tomme

Zinfandel
hard types, especially dry Jack or aged Gouda
















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