Brooklyn, N.Y.-based Tara Q. Thomas is the Executive Editor of Wine & Spirits Magazine and the author of the second edition of The Complete Idiot’s Guide to Wine Basics.
For a cheese with such a stinky reputation, blues are incredibly accommodating when it comes to drinks.
Give your grater a break and add this Italian favorite to your cheese board. Parmigiano can be paired with plenty of beverages that will satisfy any guest.
Teleme, a funky, creamy cheese hailing from the West Coast, finds its perfect beverage pairings with coffee, wine, gin, and more.
Long dismissed as a “stinky” cheese, Limburger shines with these wine pairings.
This Internet-famous Georgian cheese bread is a natural match for the country’s white wines.
Manchego’s inherent Spanish-ness makes it an excellent excuse to delve into the world of Spanish wine.
Skip the big reds (no, really).
Looking for a more subtle wine to pair with dinner? Take a look at Chasselas, Switzerland’s most planted grape for Alpine wine.
Look beyond riesling when it comes to white wines from New York’s Finger Lakes.
Taste the refreshing reds of the Jura and pair them with fresh summer curds