I am aware that I have written a lot on wine and cheese in the last months but with summer upon us I think it is a terrific topic to cover thoroughly. One important item we haven’t discussed yet is charcuterie (typically pronounced “shahr-ku-tuh-ree” in the U.S.) which is the art of preparing and assembling cured meats and other meat products…
I know this is my fourth wine and cheese blog this year, but I think it is a great topic with lots to learn, especially with the summer almost upon us. As I have said before, Mrs. Tiedemann and I really enjoy just having cheese as a meal sometimes. In this article I am going to discuss pairing Merlot with cheese…Merlot and cheese
Several weeks back I posted a blog article titled “The Wine Industry is Changing.” The article did not paint a rosy picture of the wine industry then or in the future. Along comes the coronavirus pandemic and things have gotten worse. Before I get into the current Napa Valley situation let me share a couple of interesting facts with you…coronavirus, Covid-19, DTC, economic impact, Napa
Last week’s blog was my Part II article on pairing wine and cheese. I am a big wine and cheese fan so it was great fun writing those blogs. I have three to four favorite cheese wines: they are Riesling, Merlot, Pinot Noir and Sauvignon Blanc. In today’s blog I want to discuss Riesling and cheese…Riesling, wine and cheese pairings
In my February 19, 2020, blog article I wrote Part 1 on pairing wine and cheese. In that article we looked at three different cheeses, all favorites of mine and I hope yours as well. This week I will cover three different cheeses that are also on my favorite list. We’ll explore Swiss, Gouda and Blue Cheese and make some suggestions on wines to pair with each…Blue Cheese, Gouda, Swiss, wine and cheese pairings
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