Discover New & Different Wine & Cheese Pairings: A Guide
There are two certainties in life. There are a lot of different types of cheese, and almost just as many varieties of wine. Maybe that’s why wine and cheese go well together. But which cheese with which wine? If you’re at a loss when it comes to wine and cheese pairings, check out our list of pairings and why they work well together.
Which Cheese and Wine Pairs Best?
Lightly Aged Gouda + Sauvignon Blanc: The sweet and nutty flavors of Gouda soften the crisp acidity of sauvignon blanc.
Feta + Riesling: Feta’s salty flavor balances the sweetness of Riesling.
Camembert + Riesling: Dry Riesling flavors are the perfect match with creamy camembert.
Brie + Pinot Noir: The delicious butter flavors of brie accentuate the light fruit flavors a pinot noir.
Parmesan + Chardonnay: Parmesan's savory and sweet flavors hold up well to crisp and fruity chardonnay. Delight in the sweet experience with this chardonnay pairing.
Blue Cheese + Chardonnay: The richness of a bold and oaky chardonnay is complemented by an equally rich creamy blue cheese.
Sharp Cheddar + Cabernet Sauvignon: Sharp Cheddar and cabernet sauvignon both bring deep and complex flavors that are better together.
Aged Swiss + Merlot: The nutty flavors in Swiss are a great pair for the bold fruit flavors of a merlot.