APLK: Wine and Cheese Pairing

Author A Pleasant Little Kitchen | December 16, 2020

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There is no better combination than wine and cheese. This simple combination creates a cozy and upscale environment in a heartbeat. Sometimes it may seem daunting to select the perfect wine and cheese pairing. That’s why there are wine stewards at Market Street to help guide you on making a smart flavor combination selection.

When it comes to wine, there’s no better experts to consult than Market Street’s Beer and Wine Stewards. Their expertise will continually guide you to the perfect bottle of wine (or beer!) from Market Street’s expansive curated selections.

Not only is there always an impressive array of wines to choose from at Market Street, but there is also a world of cheeses that are waiting to be paired with these wines. When perusing through the varied and delicious cheeses I almost always stop and wonder what wine would best partner with each one.

This New Year’s Eve rely upon these experts to help you create wine and cheese pairings so you can graze and sip all night long—a most delicious way to ring in 2021!

To help you out, I spoke with the Beer and Wine Steward, Emily, at my local Market Street for the perfect cheese and wine combinations.

Manchego and Chandon Sweet Star

Brie and Wente Vineyards Chardonay

Poachers Cheddar with Caramelized Onions and Three Finger Jack East Side Ridge Cabernet Sauvignon

Homboldt Fog Grande and 7 Deadly Zins Lodi Old Vine

The fun in this New Year’s Eve wine and cheese pairing is not just limited to the food and drinks. While picking up the wine and cheese at Market Street, grab a new wooden board to display the cheeses from the Dish Department. There’s always something beautiful to add to your tabletop.

Get cozy at home on New Year’s Eve, graze on good food and say farewell to 2020 in a most delicious way. Here’s to a healthy, hopeful 2021-- happy New Year!

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