top of page
  • Team Charcuterie

Charcuterie Cheese that pairs with Riesling

Riesling is one of the world’s most popular white grape varietals. Its origins trace back to the Rhine region of Germany where it was first planted in the medieval times. Today high quality Riesling is also grown with great success in U.S. regions as well as New Zealand, Australia and France. Riesling is an aromatic grape variety that is rarely oaked or blended with other grapes. The dry versions showcase notes of green apple, citrus and peach that is crisp and refreshing. The sweeter wines have tropical fruit, honey and spice flavors.

Charcuterie Cheeses to Pair with Riesling

Enjoy a delivery of a hand-selected assortment of three cheeses that pairs well with Riesling wines from igourmet.

Rauchkase: Germany is the original home to the Riesling grape, making it a must to include a fine German cheese in this assortment. Rauchkase is aged for 30 days, then gently smoked using a technique that dates back to early times. Inside its polished, edible brown rind, Rauchkase has a creamy, buttery, smoky flavor that ranges from mild to piquant. (7.5 oz.)

Comte Black Label Reserve: Matured to perfection, this French cheese has been produced since the reign of Charlemagne. Contributing to raw-milk Comté's unique flavor, morning and evening milkings are mingled before the cheese making process. The wheels are aged for a year, resulting in a sweet, nutty taste treat. (7.5 oz.)

Crotonese: An aged sheep's milk product from Crotone, it is one of southern Italy's signature cheeses. Firm in texture with a slightly tangy, lemony flavor, this cheese is best served with the meal; either before as an hors d'oeuvre, or after as part of a dessert course. (7.5 oz.).

Please note that any item temporarily out of stock will be substituted with a similar item of equal or greater value. Prices subject to change without notice.

Charcuterie Cheese that pairs with Riesling

Three Styles of Cheese - 22.5 ounces - $30.99

Igoumet offers Charcuterie cheese and wine pairing

Gold Medal Wine Club features dry Riesling in each of their six wine clubs. it's worth the look to see what white wines they are currently featuring. Shop Fine Wines to Pair >

Charcuterie Cheese and Dry Riesling pair well

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, curry,

Shop the top Charcuterie Clubs and Shops. Find the best Charcuterie Cured Meat Club, Charcuterie Gourmet Cheese Club, Wine Club, Craft Beer Clubs and Liquor Clubs to join or gift.

173 views0 comments


Commenting has been turned off.

FYI: If you purchase an Item after clicking a link, I may earn a commission. Thank you

bottom of page