Alison Cole's Article On
Wine And Cheese Baskets

Classic wine and cheese­ basket

This classic wine and cheese­ basket looks absolutely mouth-watering. If you have read my wine articles you know that I am not always a fan of wine and cheese pairings. But if worst comes to worst, one can always appreciate the two separately.

Our Introduction To Wine And Cheese Baskets

Cole describes a great gift combo wine and cheese baskets. She presents specifics on which cheese goes with which wine. Many will find this information to be a big help.

Title: Wine And Cheese Gift Baskets

Author: Alison Cole

Wine and cheese baskets are the perfect gifts as both represent a timeless treat, made of two items that have been enjoyed together for ages. Wine and cheese gift baskets are the ideal gifts for weddings and anniversaries, and adding a personalized touch to the gifts can make them all the more special. This timeless combination of wine and cheese is always appreciated by almost everyone who enjoys wine. The fact that different varieties of cheese enhance the flavor of the wine in most cases and vice versa is another reason for the popularity of this combination. However, for the complete enjoyment of this all time favorite combination, choosing the correct variety of cheese with the right brand of wine is extremely important. Wines usually go well with cheese that is from the same country or region. Acidic wines usually go well with acidic cheese.

Some of the commonly available varieties of cheese like blue cheese go well with wines such as Cabernet Sauvignon, Shiraz, Zinfandel. The Brie variety of cheese goes well with Chardonnay and Pinot Noir. Cheddar cheese along with Riesling, Merlot or Shiraz varieties of wine is popular choice. Gouda along with Riesling Zinfandel, Merlot and Monterey Jack with Sauvignon Blanc, Merlot and Zinfandel is also a common favorite. Swiss cheese with Sauvignon Blanc, Cabernet Sauvignon and Pinot Noir is another popular option. Roquefort goes well with Port wine while cream cheese and White Zinfandel make a nice pair.

Prices for these wine and cheese gift baskets range from $32 to $250. However, if rare wines are chosen, the price of the gift basket also goes up accordingly. Gift baskets can be stuffed with other favorite goodies of the receiver such as chocolates and wine accessories in order to give the wine gift baskets a personalized touch.

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