With the holidays and New Year’s Day through, January is a time for new traditions, new resolutions, and new wine and Wisconsin Cheese pairings. This week’s Pairing of the Week is a 2004 White Oak Merlot.
The New Year has officially begun. Start off the year on the right note, with this week’s Wisconsin Cheese Cupid pairing, Anchor Porter, by Anchor Brewing Company in San Francisco, California. Pair this beer with strong, bold-flavored cheeses. Try Burnett Dairy Cooperative Alpha's Northwoods’ Aged Cheddar, Chalet Cheese Cooperative Limburger, or Holland’s Family Farm Marieke Italian Herb Gouda.
Celebrate in style with the Wisconsin Cheese Cupid “Pairing of the Week” – champagne. Pair Brut Yellow Label with Holland’s Family Cheese Marieke Gouda, Roth Käse Vintage Van Gogh Gouda, Arla Foods’ Dofino Edam, or Président Brie.
by Cheese Cupid Get into this week’s holiday spirit with the Wisconsin Cheese Cupid “Pairing of the Week,” a robust 2007 Zinfandel from Green…
Spread the goodwill with this week’s Wisconsin Cheese Cupid pairing, a 12-year Glenlivet Single Malt Scotch Whisky, from George & J.G. Smith Distillery.
This week’s Wisconsin Cheese Cupid pairing is a 2004 Bourgogne Pinot Noir, Robert Groffier Pere et Fils.
This week’s wine to pair with your holiday meals is a 2006 Liberty School cabernet sauvignon, with grapes from multiple vineyards in Paso Robles.
This week’s Wisconsin Cheese Cupid pairing is Harp, from Guinness Brewing. Harp is a golden lager, moderate-bodied and well balanced.
The first Wisconsin Cheese Cupid “Pairing of the Week” is a 2006 Pouilly-Fuissé from Daniel et Martine Barraud in Burgundy, France.