Serve the perfect wine with your platter
The refreshing crispness of a Sauvignon Blanc is great with all sorts of Pâté, creamy cheese, fresh & roasted vegetables, jellies, jams & breads. A dry Riesling paired with a board of prosciutto is outstanding. If you are serving a hot sopressata, or a mild one, a glass of an oaky Chardonnay is a perfect. For Pinot Noir lovers, French style pork is a perfect partner. Red wines such as Cabernet Sauvignon, Malbec, Petite Sirah & Zinfandel have bold tannins & a rustic taste that pairs with charcuterie with similar smoky flavors.
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Pairs well with Pork loin, chicken, veal, shrimp, crab and lobster. Cheese like Asiago, Havarti & Mozzarella. Serve with Avocados, potatoes, butternut squash, apples, peaches, mango. Creamy, mild and buttery sauces, pesto, tropical salsas.
BORDEAUX WHITE BLENDS
Pair with any salty cheese including our favorite, Irish Cheddar, crab legs or crab cakes, lobster, chicken and of course spicy, Asian dishes are perfect matches. The classic paring is of course, Foies Gras with Sauternes.
CHAMPAGNE / SPARKLING WINES
Pairs really well with Blue Cheeses, Brie, Cambozola, Fresh Goat Cheeses, Montrachet and Lobster Tails. Serve Champagne by the glass, Sparkling wine as a Mimosa. Just a thought.
Pairs well with sweet meats such as pork and smoked turkey, chicken, sea bass, trout and Asian food. Serve with Havarti, Gouda cheese, Pairs with pears, apricots, figs, apples, melon, sweet potato, chili and bell peppers Serve sweet BBQ, sweet and sour or curry.
Pairs with Froi Gras, spicy sausages like pepperoni and salami, and smoked salmon. Strong cheeses such as Sharp Cheddar, Roquefort & Blue cheese, Serve with currants, blackberries, stewed tomatoes, beets, eggplant and dark, leafy greens. Matches up with Heavy red, BBQ and spicy sauces. Perfect with Pizza.
Pairs with most cured red meats, steak, leg of lamb, tuna and swordfish. Enjoy with Romano, Parmesan, aged Chévre. Best with plums, tomatoes, endive, eggplant, black beans, caramelized vegetables, also pairs with red sauces, Bolognese, Tomato & Béarnaise sauces.
Pair with sliced roasted chicken, tuna, beef, pork, lamb and mild sausages. Goat cheese, Brie. Roasted tomatoes, mushrooms, figs, cherries, strawberries, dried fruit. Mushroom sauces, light-medium red sauces. Olive bread.
Pairs with ham, prosciutto, lighter Charcuterie sausages, Duck, lamb and goat. Great with Brie, Blue Cheese and beets to yams. This wine comes from South Africa. Many Pinotage wines bear more resemblance to Australian Shiraz than to Pinot Noir.
Pairs well with hearty red meats like a great Filet Mignon, BBQ pork, Venison & a meaty Pizza. Rich flavorful cheeses are not an issue. Wine has a spicy, mouth drying red with plum, cherry, prunes & chocolate taste in the mouth, pair accordingly.
Oven roasted and sliced chicken, Rosemary Lamb chops, Pizza, Roast Beef, Jambalaya all Charcuterie meats, Brie, Colby, Semi-hard Cheddar, Gouda, Asiago plus Blue Cheese. Pairs well with tomatoes.
Pairs with almost any type of wild game, ribeye, roasted & cured meats, rack of lamb, swordfish & tuna. Enjoy Cheddar & all aged cheeses. Serve with Black cherries, plums, tomatoes, broccoli, olives, dark greens. Compliments Brown Bolognese & tomato sauces.
Pairs well with full, fattier, bolder bodied meats. The charcoal flavors pairs with oak aging spices. Smoked hams, braised beef & lamb with a mint sauce, Portobello mushrooms, Green Olives, Pepper & spicy herbs.
BORDEAUX RED BLENDS
Pairs well with charcuterie meats, roast beef, Ostrich, pork chops, tenderloin or baby back ribs. Veal is great too. Serve with mozzarella, goat cheese, baked brie, Colby cheeses. Vegetables of your choice. Most nuts pair well too, especially almonds.
Zinfandel wine is happiest when paired charcuterie meats along with anything from the meat aisle, from BBQ pork ribs, leg of lamb or a big, hearty steak. Some of our favorite cheeses to pair with Zin are Parmesan, aged Cheddar, Aged Gouda, Asiago and Dry Jack. This is one of my favorite varietals. Enjoy the adventure
Cheese Collections to Pair with your wine selections
igourmet has taken the time to select only the best combinations for each of their cheese collections to create very tasteful pairings with wines
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