Choosing The Right Cheeses To GoWith Your Oregon Wine 

By Matt Ellsworth

Oregon wine is a treat for the senses. Your taste buds will sing and your nose will dance with delight as you sip from the golden cup that is Oregon wine. And if you are a little peckish you should have some cheese to go with your fabulous Oregon wine, but what kind? This is a question for the pros. Each wine may have a different perfect cheese pairing and it is a good idea to know these things before you sit down for a snack and some lovely Oregon wine. This is especially important if you are having guests over to partake in this blissful treat.

If you are planning on drinking an Oregon wine such as a Blush-Rose then you will want to eat one of the following cheeses:

  • Colby Jack

  • Monterrey jack

  • Gouda

These are great wines to go with your Blush Oregon wine because of their smooth and mild flavors. They will not overpower your lovely Oregon wine and their textures while different than each other will perfectly complement the soft feel of the Oregon wine.

If you are going to be drinking an Oregon wine such as the Cabernet Sauvignon then you will want to have one or two of the following types of cheeses to go along with it:

  • Baby Swiss

  • Bleu Cheese

  • Brie

  • Camembert

Some of these cheeses come with an edible crust. If you prefer it without the crust you can simply cut it off but whatever you do you will enjoy pairing any of the above cheeses with this particular Oregon wine. These cheeses have distinct tastes, for example the baby Swiss has a soft and nutty flavor while the bleu cheese has a peppery one, but they all blend perfectly with the wonderful tones of the Cabernet Sauvignon Oregon wine.

These are just a couple of the wonderful Oregon wine selection that you can find just about anywhere. Oregon wine is delicious and fresh tasting and it is always lovely with a good cheese. So the next time that you are having some Oregon wine, whether you are having it will just your partner or some friends you should take some time to see what kinds of cheese would go best with it. There is nothing more delectable than a good Oregon wine and a delicious cheese.

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