Zinfandel Cheese Assortment! Price: $37.99
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We adore the big, fruity, spicy and
sometimes earthy Zinfandels that to us truly represent the adventurous
spirit of American wine making. To complement this oftentimes powerful
wine, we have selected three cheeses up to the challenge, two of which
hail from the hotbed of Zinfandel, California.
Fiscalini Bandaged Wrapped Cheddar Limited Edition is made from
Fiscalini's own milk and aged for two and a half years on the property,
this cheese was voted "Best Farmhouse Cheese" at the 2002 American Cheese
Society Awards in Washington D.C. It is a wonderful example of the success
of the artisan cheese movement in the US today. Rich, buttery and sharp,
Fiscalini Farmstead Cheddar is a world-class cheese.
Vella Special Select Dry Monterey Jack: Tom Vella began making
cheese in 1931 in the Sonoma Valley of California. The company is now run
by his son, Ig Vella, and is famous for its Jack cheeses. Jack cheese was
created in the Gold Rush Days in Monterey, California by a Scotsman, named
David Jacks. This Special Select Jack has all the same characteristics as
Vella’s regular Dry Jack, with its hard, pale yellow interior and sweet,
nutty flavor. It is aged for a full year (as opposed to 7 months) to
develop an even harder texture and more intense flavor.
Moulin Bleu Goat is a smooth, tangy, complex cheese.It is a Goat
Gouda style that has the added allure of streaky blue veins running
throughout. We find this to have a huge, bold flavor, with good body and
fantastic finish. The ideal blue for some fresh crusty bread and a
generous glass of Zinfandel.
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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
California native red and
perhaps the most versatile wine grape, making everything from blush wine, to
light, beaujolais-style reds, rich, heavy-reds with zesty, berryish flavor
that perfect for tomato-sauce pasta, pizza, and grilled meats.