Lucky for you Cabot fans, cheddars are among the most wine-friendly cheeses. It really is impossible to make a mistake when pairing Cabot Cheese with wine. Nevertheless, here are some simple tips for pairing delicious Cabot Cheese with the most popular wine varieties.
young, creamy cheeses
strong, aged cheeses
See the Color of the Wine
Tip: As white wine ages the color gets darker, and as red wine ages the color gets lighter.SEE MORE
Color can give a hint as to what type of grape was used to make the wine. Color can also help you determine how light or full bodied the wine will taste & feel. The lighter the color, the lighter the wine should feel in your mouth.
Coat the side of the glass to help the wine open up and release aromas for the next step...
Sniff three times and come up with three words to describe the wine.
You will taste sweet, sour, salty, and bitter.
So go ahead, explore the world of cheese and wine pairing. One great way is to host a wine and cheese pairing party with a variety of different wines and Cabot cheeses - it’s fun to compare and contrast everybody’s favorites. But the most important thing to remember? Any wine and cheese that you like together is your perfect pairing!
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