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    I like wine and I like cheese! And for many people they naturally go together. I usually like a heavy red wine with a strong cheddar, or a medium white with some light cheese like Jarlsberg.

    Do you like cheese and wine, and if so what types do you like together??

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    Red wine and any nice cheese. Need some decent crackers, too.
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    (Original post by Pandabär)
    Red wine and any nice cheese. Need some decent crackers, too.
    I like cheese with oatcakes or bread + butter
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    Who would want cheese and wine when you could have beer and crisps?
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    I LOVE cheese and wine.

    A really nice heavy red like already mentioned, and pretty much any medium strength cheese. Spiced plum chutney and crackers are essential!

    I'm trying to eat healthy at the moment so not had it for a while, since christmas infact
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    (Original post by JCC-MGS)
    Who would want cheese and wine when you could have beer and crisps?
    Me.


    (Original post by mike101)
    I LOVE cheese and wine.

    A really nice heavy red like already mentioned, and pretty much any medium strength cheese. Spiced plum chutney and crackers are essential!

    I'm trying to eat healthy at the moment so not had it for a while, since christmas infact
    I've not tried plum chutney before, sounds delicious!
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    You know cheese actually goes better with beer. Beer has a wider range of flavours to complement the wide variety of cheese available.
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    (Original post by py0alb)
    You know cheese actually goes better with beer. Beer has a wider range of flavours to complement the wide variety of cheese available.
    I prefer it with wine, not just because there is the expectation that it's sophisticated but the taste is bitter sweet when compared with beer. Not that I dislike beer, infact some German weisse beers are good with cheese, but in general I prefer it with wine.
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    You might find this interesting: its a list of cheeses with the beers or wines that would be a good accompaniment:

    Cheese Beer Wine

    Asiago Malty Brown Ales Barbera, Chianti, Rioja

    Blue Cheeses Barleywine Style Ale (Old Foghorn, Moylan’s), Trappist Beer, Stout Sweet Wine (Roquefort & Sauternes, Port & Stilton)

    Brie, Camembert Belgian Blond Ale Champagne, Chardonnay

    Brie & Camembert (Very Ripe) French Bière de Garde (Jeanlain or La Choulette Ambree), German Kolsch, Stout Hard Cider, Red Bordeaux

    Brie, Camembert (For Dessert) Stout Champagne, Chardonnay

    Cheddar, Mellow Pilsner-style lagers (e.g. Pilsner Urquell) Bordeaux, Cabernet Sauvignon, Merlot

    Cheddar & English Farmstead Cheeses Pale Ale (with lots of hops) Ruby Port
    Chevre Belgian Lambics Sauvignon Blanc

    Chevre (Aged) Belgian-Style Saison (e.g. Ommegang Hennepin, Saison Dupont) Chardonnay, White Burgundy

    Chevre (Aged With Caramel Notes) Creamy Stouts* Chardonnay, White Burgundy (oaky)

    Colby, Gloucester Brown Ale

    Feta Wheat Beers Light White Wines

    Fresh Cheeses (Burrata, Chevre, Creszenza, Mozzarella, Teleme) Fruit Beer, Wheat Beer (Hefeweizen, Weissbier, Witbier), Pilsner Champagne, Sweet White Wine

    Gouda Amber Ales, Nut-Brown Ales, Porters Amarone, Shiraz, Zinfandel

    Gruyere Malty Beers: Bock, Munich Dunkel, Oktoberfest Grenache, Pinot Noir, Syrah

    Havarti, Gouda, Monterey Jack Hoppy Pilsners Beaujolais, Pinot Noir

    Mascarpone Fruit Beer, Porter or Stout Marsala

    Mimolette Barleywine Ale, Bière des Flandres, Vintage Ale Late Harvest Pinot Gris, Late Harvest Zinfandel, Sweet Vouvray

    Pecorino Amber Ale Chianti

    Parmigiano-Reggiano Amber Ale, India Pale Ale Barbera, Barolo, Lambrusco

    Provolone Pale Ale Cabernet Sauvignon

    Sheep’s Milk Cheeses (Mild to Medium-Aged) Amber Ale Full Reds, Sweet Hard Ciders

    Sheep’s Milk Cheeses (Aged, Salty, Nutty) Brown Ale Full Reds, Sweet Hard Ciders

    Swiss-Style Mountain Cheeses (Comte, Emmental, Gruyere) Bock Beer, Brown Ale, Dark Lager, Oktoberfest Beer, Sweet or Mellow Porter or Stout* Country Wines

    Stilton, Roquefort Barleywine Style Ale, Belgian Ale, Stout Port

    Triple Crèmes Belgian-Style Saison, Belgian Tripels, Fruit Beers (try Kriek, cherry beer or Kriek Framboise, raspberry beer) Barolo, Brunello, Champagne

    Washed Rind Cheeses - Mild e.g. Livarot, Point l’Eveque Darker Ales (Rodenbach Red Ale) French Bière de Garde Alsatian Gewürtztraminer, Pinot Gris, Riesling, Normandy Cider

    Washed Rind Cheeses - Strong, e.g. Epoisses, Munster Trappist Beers (Chimay Grande Reserve), Porters, Stouts Alsatian Gewürtztraminer, Pinot Gris, Riesling

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