Rosé Wine & Cheese

Sweet Rosé

The sugars in a sweet rosé are the perfect complement to spicy cheeses like Cabot's Hot Habanero. They also are also great with spicy barbeque or ethnic dishes.

Zinfandel Rosé or White Zinfandel (wine characteristics):
Moderately sweet with flavors of strawberry, cotton candy, lemon and green melon. Moderately high acidity. This wine is best served cold and goes well with Thai food. Try it with our Creamy Thai Peanut Spaghetti Squash.

Cheese Pairings:
Hot Habanero Cheese and salted almonds
Colby Jack Cheese and fresh strawberries

 

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Sweet Rosé

The sugars in a sweet rosé are the perfect complement to full-flavored cheeses like our award-winning Seriously Sharp.

Mourvèdre Rosé (wine characteristics):
Rounder and fuller-bodied than many other rosés. Flavors of red plums, cherries and dried herbs. Pairs extremely well with Mediterranean fare, such as grilled lamb. Try it with our Yogurt Marinated Mediterranean Porchetta.

Cheese Pairings:
Seriously Sharp Cheese, pita wedges and olives

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Sweet Rosé

The sugars in a sweet rosé are the perfect complement to full-flavored or spicy cheeses. 

Grenache Rosé (wine characteristics):
Notes of ripe strawberry, orange and hibiscus. Moderately high acidity. Best served cold. Pairs perfectly with Greek food, such as Gyros with tzatziki.  Try it with our Greek Yogurt Dip and Cucumber Sauce (Tzatziki)!

Cheese Pairings:
Hand-Rubbed Tuscan Cheddar Cheese, cucumber slices

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Dry Rosé

The bright, fruit flavors and acidity in a drier rosé make it a versatile pairing choice for mild or slightly sweet cheeses. 

Cabernet Sauvignon Rosé (wine characteristics):
Flavors of green bell pepper, cherry sauce, black currant and pepper spice. Typically have heightened acidity since they aren’t usually aged in oak. Delicious with ham, soufflés and flatbreads. Try with our Cheddar, Ham & Asparagus Rosti or our Cuban-Style Grilled Cheese Sandwiches.

Cheese Pairings:
Tomato Basil, sliced tomatoes and salami
Farmhouse Reserve Cheese, baguette slices and uncured sausage

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Dry Rosé

Dry rosés also pair nicely with a buttery, flavorful grilled cheese, classic Cubano or panini sandwich or lobster roll. So many options to enjoy!

Sangiovese Rose (wine characteristics): 
Hints of fresh strawberries, green melon, roses and yellow peach. This fruity, yet dry wine is best served cold and pairs well with chicken and couscous or grilled recipes. Try with our Chicken with Creamy Cheddar Rice or our Grilled Eggplant with Tomatoes and Cheddar for a vegetarian option.

Cheese Pairings:
Clothbound Cheese, crackers and fruit spread

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Dry Rosé

The bright, fruit flavors and acidity in a dry rosé make it a versatile pairing choice for mild or slightly sweet cheeses. Dry rosés also pair nicely with a buttery, flavorful grilled cheese, classic Cubano or panini sandwich or lobster roll.

Pinot Noir Rosé (wine characteristics):
Soft, subtle aromas of crabapple, watermelon, raspberries, strawberries and wet stone. Pairs wonderfully with lobster, crab, or salmon dishes. Try it with our Lemon Baked Salmon with Herb & Greek Yogurt Bernaise Sauce.

Cheese Pairings:
Old School Cheese, fresh strawberries and grapes
Alpine Cheese, sliced peaches and raspberries 

 

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