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The Dordogne: Cheese, Wine, and Art de Vivre


In the bucolic Dordogne region of southwestern France, appreciating what’s on your plate or in your glass is elevated to an art form. And it all starts in the hands of dedicated producers.

Say Cheese! Perfect Pairings with Verdejo and Tempranillo


Red, white, Spain — and blue too. That’s almost all you need to remember when it comes to pairing cheese with its perfect Spanish wine partners. The “almost” part is the fact the wines are not just any Spanish red and white wines. Instead, we’re talking Tempranillo from Ribera del Duero and Rueda’s premier white […]

Grilling the Tempranillo Way


Where there’s a grill, there’s a way – Maude Frédérique Lavoie/Unsplash Grilling is the bridge between get-togethers and conversation. It is a spectator sport that thrills us with its sizzle, its transformation of food from light to dark, soft to crisp. Sweet vegetables become sweeter, and raw proteins explode with flavor after the kiss of fire. […]

The Ultimate Spanish Food and Cheese Pairing Guide


In Ribera del Duero, the native grape called Tempranillo has been evolving in this unique growing region for 1,000 years. Across the valley and over the river, Verdejo, the signature grape of Rueda, thrives as Spain’s number one white wine. Collectively, the two areas are known as Spain’s most prestigious wine regions. Understanding what makes the […]

In Queso You Missed It: January 10th


Here’s what you might have missed this week in cheese news! Our January 10th edition of IQYMI.

Cheers to the New Year with Cheese


Whether you’ll be reaching for booze or mocktails this NYE, we’ve got you covered with drink pairings that’ll carry you through to midnight and beyond.

Blue and Red and Cozy All Over with Litehouse Simply Artisan Cheese


Mulled wine matches perfectly with a creamy, gently tangy blue cheese like Litehouse Simply Artisan Blue Cheese crumbles.

Get Floral with Génépi Raclette Artisanal and an Alpine Apéritif


In keeping with Alpine tradition, we think Génépi Raclette Artisanal is best served with a white wine-based apéritif.

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