Wine was made to be paired with something, from bite-sized appetisers to medium-rare steaks. Pairing wine with the correct type of cheese, in particular, makes for a truly delectable gourmet experience. Take these tips to heart, and you’ll be able to make the most out of your trip to the best winery in Margaret River.
Ruth Tobias of The Week groups cheeses into five categories.
Soft cheeses like feta, ricotta salata, and burrata are mostly used as spreads, so expect to find any or all of these at your next wine-and-cheese party. Due to their milky textures, soft cheeses go well with light-bodied sparkling wines with citrus or floral notes.