Cheddar & (Mild) Chardonnay, Roussanne or (Strong) Pinot Noir, Petite Sirah (9/10)

Cheddar is a very common cheese that usually sits somewhere in the middle of the cheese-strength spectrum but that doesn’t mean it doesn’t have more to offer! Pair Mild Cheddar with a crisp Chardonnay or Roussanne.

Both of these wines can be quite full-bodied without overpowering the mildness of the cheese. Strong Cheddar can be paired with Pinot Noirs or Petite Sirahs with great results. Pinots tend to be more fruit-forward and Petite Sirahs are often described as peppery, both of which will bring the most out of the Strong Cheddar.

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Written by Nathaniel Fried

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