Few Suggestions for Cheese and Wine Pairing

There are a plenty of cheese curd recipes available to us. We might even have tried hundreds of them already. Still, there are a lot more different varieties of cheese curd recipes left. So, we strongly recommend you to pair your cheese with wine. Here are a few suggestions for cheese and wine pairing. Try a few of them and enjoy the exceptional taste they offer.

Pairing Cheese and Wine

  • Pierre Robert is the first and best choice in our list of cheeses. It is triple crème and is produced in the south of France. Serve this spectacular cheese with Champagne and salty nuts.
  • Stilton is an amazing English cheese, which is highly recommended with inky Shiraz, Muscat, and Port wine. Another excellent choice is Montgomery’s Cheddar, which should be served with Cabernet Sauvignon and chutney.
  • Manchego is one of the most popular cheeses in Spain, which is produced from the milk of aged sheep. Pair it with Washington Merlot or Rioja for a delicious experience.
  • Cabrales cheese is made from the milk of cow, goat, and sheep. This spectacular cheese product is highly recommended with either dry or sweet Sherry.
  • Garrotxa cheese is produced from the milk of aged goat and is usually served with a Spanish red or Riesling from Ribera del Duero.
  • Pair Humboldt Fog, a goat milk cheese, with California Chardonnay or Sauvignon Blanc and enjoy the taste this pairing offers.
  • Pecorino Toscano, produced from the milk of sheep, is another excellent cheese product that should be served with either Brunello di Montalcino or Chianti Classico.
  • Another excellent cheese product is Bleu des Causses, which is made from the milk of cow, and is recommended with either Oloroso Sherry or a Tawny Port.
  • You could also try Mozzarella di Bufala cheese, which is produced from buffalo milk, with a few sips of Chianti.