Asiago Cheese calls for the right wine pairing.
Asiago is a of northern Italian origin now produced in many countries. This cheese may be consumed fresh or aged. Fresh Asiago is sliced and usually eaten in sandwiches and the aged cheese is usually grated. Aged Asiago resembles Parmesan both in texture and flavor. I'll let you in on a secret; I prefer the local Asiago to the Italian Asiago that I buy in a specialty import store.
In addition to the wines mentioned in our food pairing table you might consider a Cabernet Sauvignon, a Sauvignon Blanc, or a Spanish Rioja.