Our favorite French wine pairing is Sancerre.
Our favorite World wine pairing is Sauvignon Blanc.
Fresh cheeses pair best with young, crisp, and dry White Wines:
Fresh cheeses also pair well with the acidity of Sparkling Wines:
Fresh cheeses pair best with light, unoaked Red Wines with low tannins:
Fresh cheeses can also be paired with white Dessert Wines:
Fromage Blanc is a fresh and creamy cheese.
Milk sources can be Goat or Cow.
Fromage Blanc can be used in the Alsatian Flammekueche (Tarte Flambè with Onion and Bacon) or just eaten as a deep with fresh herbs, salt, pepper and olive oil.
Both Sancerre and Sauvignon Blanc are made of the same grape, known for its acidity.
Acidity cleans your palate and the citrusy grassiness matches the "greens" in the dish.
Fromage Blanc is light and a great summer treat.
A versatile creamy cheese that can be topped with berries, granola and maple syrup for breakfast and it becomes a dessert if served with jam.
Pairing locally is a great way to learn more about wine and cheese.
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