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Today, we’re talking about wine and cheese pairings for your upcoming summer parties. I’ve put together 7 pairings for you to try out, along with explanations about why they work so well together. It’s all about flavors and textures. If you’re a regular reader of SPF, you know that I love to experiment with different flavors.
It’s not as hard as you think and it’s a lot of fun, so give it a try!
Check out the post below:
How to Pair Wine and Cheese for a Summer Party
There’s nothing better than a party on a warm summer night. Unless it’s a wine and cheese party on a warm summer night.
Pairing wine and cheese can be a little tricky, but we’ve got you covered. We’ve put together some “no fail” pairings for your party so you can focus on entertaining your guests.
What You’ll Need:
Here’s a list of some of the things you’re sure to need for your summer wine and cheese party:
1. ONEHOPE Wine
2. Wine glasses
4. Serving platters
9. Candles for decoration
Tips For Pairing Wine and Cheese like an Expert
The first (and most important) tip is you should choose what you like. Don’t worry about what others tell you you should do.
Young, soft cheeses pair well with light-bodied reds and fruity, crisp whites. Ricotta, Brie, Feta, and Mozzarella are some great soft cheeses. READ MORE
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