Here’s How To Pair The Best Wine And Cheese For Your Next Dinner Party
Summer used to be our favorite season but after record breaking heat waves we are gearing up for probably the best season of the year: fall. The best part of fall is entertaining. The crisp cool air of autumn is the perfect time to pour a glass of the good stuff and catch up with friends. So we have compiled our list of seasonally appropriate wines, cheese and treats to serve at your next gathering. We have also teamed up with Brooklyn-based cheese expert of Cheese Grotto and Call Me Caramel, Jessica Sennett on the best wine and cheese pairings for dinner.
Los Angeles Dodgers Baseball Hall of Fame Manger, Tommy Lasorda’s new venture involves a crisp Chardonnay that features notes of a fresh citrus bouquet followed by honeydew melon and Asian pear.
This dark ruby color highlights notes of blackberry preserves, tobacco and barrel spice. It is vibrant wine that pairs excellently with a wide selection of cheeses.
An Italian rose from Montforte d’Alba, highlights a mellow rose color, with notes of rose and violet with a full, fresh and salty mouthfeel featuring a fragrant finish.
This sparkling wine is great transition into fall incorporating a clean, dry and bright taste with lemon notes. Unlike most sparkling wines, there is no secondary fermentation. Resulting a more natural approach, making the aroma and fruit fresher and more forthcoming.
Derived from the St. Gallen region in Switzerland. It is washed in wine and spices and then aged for a minimum of 10 months. It is firm yet creamy, featuring a roasted nutty, fruity, and delicate taste. This would be great in miniature grilled cheese sandwiches or fondue.
A spruce bark reveals a subtle, woodsy flavor to the oozy, nearly liquid cheese. Great for dipping petite toast or crusty french bread.
These treats are infused with Gruyère AOP leaving a sweet, nutty and savory flavor, finished with flake sea salt.