Cheese Parings

White Wines

Chardonnay (French)
Brie
Gruyere
Mild provolone
Mild or med cheddar
Parmigiano- reggiano
Provolone
Gouda

Pinot Grigio/ Pinot Gris (French)
Canadian parmesan
Fresh mozzarella
Gouda
Brie
Baby swiss
Mild cheddar

Sauvignon blanc (French)
Sharp cheddar
Double Gloucester
Havarti
Blue castello
Gruyere

Riesling (German)
Gouda
Colby
Edam
Fontina
Roquefort
Provolone

Voignier (French)
Comte
Emmenta
Raclette
Feta
Fontina
Averti

Gewurtztraminer (German)
Gorgonzola
Cottage cheese
Fresh mozzarella
Swiss
Gouda
Jarlsberg
Red Wines

Merlot (French)
Aged cheddar
Asiago
Aged swiss

Shiraz (French)
Gouda
Gorgonzola
Havarti
Gruyere
Smoked swiss or smoked cheddar

Cabernet (French)
Dubliner
Cheddar
Camembert

Malbec (Argentinean)
Taleggio
Cashel blue
Manchego

Cabernet franc (French)
Camembert
Blue
Sharp cheddar
Brie
Emmental
Havarti

Pinot noir (French)
Ardrahan
Edam
Bally oak

Zinfandel (Italian)
Gruyere
Asiago
Cheddar
Goat cheese

Tempranillo (Spanish)
Manchego
Campobello
Camembert
Brie
Jarlsberg
Gouda
Swiss

Grenache (Spanish)
Manchego
Swiss
Gouda
Fontina
Mild cheddar
Jarlsberg

Nebbiolo (Italian)
Goats milk cheese
Truffle cheese
Parmigianoreggiano


Comments

Cheese Parings — 3 Comments

  1. I can’t believe cottage cheese can be paired with a wine. You think of cottage cheese more like a meal side than a traditional cheese that can be paired with wine. I’ll have to try some Gewurtztraminer.

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