Wine goes well with cheese. Many pair the two. There are different kinds of wine and cheeses so you have to think about what goes together. Some cheese is sharp while others are mild and creamy, and wines have different levels of tannin as well which change their flavor. This gives you tips on putting together pairings so the flavors don’t clash. You can use this at dinner parties or while entertaining and your guests will be impressed by your ability to pair wine and cheese well.
- Heavier red wines work best with aged cheeses like Cheddar and Gruyere.
- Full-bodied wines should be paired with strong flavored cheeses, not delicate ones.
- Hard, nutty cheeses like Swiss and Gouda will pair well with any wine.
“More often than not, you’ll do well to trust the local traditions and match wines and cheeses from the same region together.”
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