How to Pair Dry Wine with Cheese
It’s always the right time to pair two of life’s greatest gifts: wine and cheese. For those who prefer the dry classics (think Pinot Noir and Sauvignon Blanc), your refined palate calls for well-crafted cheeses and creative, yet proven pairings. If you’re shopping the cheese aisle wondering, “how can I pair my dry wine with cheese?” We’ve got just the suggestions you’re looking for!
How to Pair Sweet Wine with Cheese
You’re living here on the sweeter side of life, loving all of the fruity, sometimes bubbly, ever-luscious wines. Think Moscato and Catawba. As you pour another glass and get a back-up bottle chilling in the fridge, you wonder, “how can I make this moment even better?” Cheese. The answer is cheese.
A Hoosier Red: Crimson Cabernet
“Locally crafted” means a lot to us. The “grown in Indiana” distinction is reserved only for those grapes that can withstand our wet summers and frigid winters and still deliver a rich, exceptional flavor chemistry. This estate-bottled varietal wine is made with a rare, hardy variety that showcases the integrity of viticulture and the promise of our land in producing world-class wines.
Red, White, and Blueberry (Moscato)!
Celebrate all things red, white, and blue! Fire up the grill, fill your backyard patio with friends and family, and await the evening’s fireworks show. But wait, don’t forget the wine. That should be red, white, and blue, too! Read on for more about our fruity Moscato wines, featuring Cherry Moscato, Moscato, and Blueberry Moscato.
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