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What better way to celebrate National French Fry Month than poutine? All you need are the staples: french fries, cheese curds, and gravy.
With these five guidelines (and a little creativity), you’ll be a wine and cheese pairing expert in no time.
With red fruit flavors and white wine body, rosé wins the title of Most Versatile Pour. Here are some of the best cheeses to pair with this fuschia wine.
Mezcal and cheese might seem like an unlikely pair at first, but the lactic tasting notes in this agave-based spirit make this pairing a no-brainer.
A decadent combo of caramelized sugar and butter, it’s no surprise toffee is beloved everywhere. Even better? It’s delicious with cheese.
Sherry is often misunderstood by the masses. But, this fortified wine with notes of hazelnuts and vanilla is a dreamy complement to any cheese.
Kombucha is a lively yet funky, mouth-puckeringly bubbly drink that pairs surprisingly well with cheese.
It’s important to understand how flavors interact, but what’s the crucial ingredient to any cheese pairing? Curiosity.
Fish chips and Parmigiano Reggiano? Korean star cookies and blue cheese? Here are some pairings to inspire you from the international grocery store.
Speck, a delicious smoked and cured ham from Italy, shines with these three wine pairings.