A nutty, salty Alp-style cheese made from raw milk
A crumbly raw-milk cheese from an old New Hampshire farmstead
A mild and buttery cheese from Vermont’s Mad River Valley
A fresh New Hampshire chèvre that’s delicate and milky
Piquant, savory, and rich, a cheese that’s both earthy and elegant
Mushroomy and umami-rich, it’s a natural with lightly sweet wines
The Tarentaise recipe mixes tradition and innovation to create something wholly new.
We call it chèvre for a reason: France produces some of the world’s astounding goat cheeses. Here are six, plus wines to pair.
A primer on pairing cheese with sparkling wines
September landed me in Trento, Italy, a guest of renowned sparkling wine producer, Ferrari. Their wines are magnificent (on which more later), but the trip…
Pairing wine and cheese is tricky, but simple rules can assure success
There’s something exquisite about a little meal like this—un petit repas, en français. It is simple, it is complex, and its allure lies somewhere in between.