Chardonnay Cheese Assortment! Price: $27.99
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Chardonnay comes from the green-skinned
European vinifera grape. The wine is characterized by citrus flavors -
particularly limes and lemons, and also tropical fruit, pineapple, dried
peaches, nuts, butterscotch. The texture is often described as buttery.
Here are some cheese we enjoy with Chardonnay:
P’tit Basque: This semi-soft sheep’s milk cheese is handmade in the
French Pyrenees. P'tit Basque, made from pure sheep's milk, has a rather
dry texture and an earthy, nutty flavor.
Gruyere de Comté: Made from a centuries-old recipe, 70-pound wheels
of Gruyere de Comté (Comté, for short) have been produced since the reign
of Charlemagne, when there were no separate entities named France and
Switzerland. Contributing to Comté's unique flavor, morning and evening
milkings are mingled before the cheese making process. The wheels are aged
for six months, resulting in a sweet and nutty masterpiece.
Explorateur: In the 1950’s, a category of cheeses called triple
creams was created and defined as any cheese containing at least 75%
butterfat. This level is achieved by adding pure cream to the milk used to
make these cheeses. Explorateur is one of these rich little gems.
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An informative guide that details the history of cheese, provides nutritional
information, and offers tips on how to buy, store, and serve cheese. For the
truly ambitious, Lambert includes step-by-step instructions for making both
fresh and aged cheese at home. A chapter on pairing wine with cheese takes the
mystery out of finding just the right match, and indispensable charts expertly
guide those interested in substituting or experimenting with more unusual