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Wine & Cheese Pairing Ideas Case - Mixed Case - 6 bottles

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Wine & Cheese Pairing Ideas Mixed Case. We often get asked about how to pair cheese and wines, and the truth is, there are a multitude of possible pairings, and we love nothing more than nibbling on a selection of cheeses with our favourite wines, but here are a few ideas to get you started! Gewurztraminer: A highly aromatic white grape with flavours of grapefruit and lychee, a great partner to blue cheese. Chenin Blanc: Also known as Pineau de Loire, Chenin Blanc is a perfect canvas for the terroir and for different wine making techniques. It pairs beautifully with a variety of cheeses, including Goat's Cheese or Camembert. Grüner Veltliner: Pure, often mineral with hints of white pepper. It's a very food friendly wine, and makes an exotic alternative to Sauvignon Blanc - try with Goat's Cheese. Gamay: Usually associated with Beaujolais, it is often a light, fun and fruity wine, with red fruit flavours and a hint of spice. Great with earthy cheeses like Comte, Brie and or maybe even an English Cheddar. Grenache: Typically found in the Southern Rhone and Provence. Think full bodied, spicy berry flavours which are soft on the palate. Mature Grenache in particular has dried fruit and port aromas and would pair well with a soft blue cheese. Nebbiolo: The King of Grapes with highly structured tannins, notes of tar and roses. Nebbiolo benefits from ageing and pairs well with mature Parmesan or a cheese laced with truffle. Happy drinking!


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