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Cheese trio to pair with Chardonnay

If you are looking for cheese to pair with Chardonnay on your Charcuterie Board, here is a trio of a carefully chosen assortment of Italian Provolone Piccante, French Tarentaise and Irish Kerrygold Dubliner to enjoy and share. This trio is from You can find over 800 gourmet cheese selections from 36 countries at Chardonnay comes from the green-skinned European vinifera grape. Chardonnay is characterized by its citrus flavors - particularly limes and lemons, and also tropical fruit, pineapple, dried peaches, nuts, butterscotch. The texture is often described as buttery. Here are the 3 cheeses for your platter.

Chardonnay Cheese Trio Assortment Includes:

Charcuterie Cheeses to Pair with Chardonnay
  • Provolone Piccante: Provolone Piccante is produced from selected cow's milk in Italy. Piccante (meaning sharp) is provolone's spicy, more aged counterpart. Pairs perfectly with Chardonnay. It is aged for an extended period of time, allowing it to develop a sharp taste and bold character. (7.5 oz)

  • Tarentaise: From Thistle Hill Farm in Vermont, this premium quality slightly spicy, hard cheese reminds one of a French Abondance. (7.5 oz)

  • Kerrygold Dubliner: A new style of aged Irish cheeses, Dubliner tastes of a mature Cheddar with the sweet aftertaste of Reggiano. Dubliner was created by the Irish company Kerrygold and named after Ireland's capital city. (7.5 oz)

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igourmet also has Cheese Trio Assortments to pair with Sauvignon Blanc, Riesling, Cabernet Sauvignon, Champagne, Pinot Noir, Merlot, Syrah /Shiraz, Zinfandel and Port Wines. Charcuterie Cheese pairs with Chardonnay

Chardonnay (pronounced, shar doh nay) is by far the most well known white grape of Burgundy France and has become very popular in today’s wine world. As of 2015, Chardonnay is the 5th most widely planted grape variety in the world. Chardonnay is grown all over the globe, from France to California to New Zealand. Chardonnay pairs well with cheese, fish, turkey to name a few. Stay clear of overly spicy dishes and avoid dishes having heavy flavorings that upstage the delicate range of flavors in the wine. Think apples, smoked salmon, provolone, pears . . . the choice is yours. Pairs perfectly with charcuterie fruit platters with foie gras isn't bad at all. It's worth the look to see what white wines they are featuring.

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