La Champagne is a region of timeless natural beauty. The name derives from the Latin 'campus', 'campania', or field. In Old French this became 'Champaign'. Today, it's Champagne. From the very outset, the wines of Champagne were prized above all the vineyards of Europe. Over 24 million bottles are sold in the U.S. every year. Here are a few cheeses we enjoy with champagne:
- Chevre: A classic spreadable goat cheese, dstinguished by a simple, mild, fresh goat's milk flavor to complement a sweet, fruity champagne. (3 oz)
- Fromage d’Affinois: This luscious, double creme cheese comes from the Pilat Regional Park in France's Rhone-Alpes. Rich, creamy, and gooey, it’s excellent with crisp champagne paired with apples, grapes, and walnuts. (7.5 oz)
- Camembert: The most famous cheese from Normandy, it has a white mold rind and a rich, creamy interior that pairs delightfully with fine Champagne. (8.8 oz)
- British Cheddar: Our Cheddar is aged for over 10 months and has a creamy yet crumbly texture with a tangy, grassy flavor. A perfect balance with bubbles with a touch of acidity. (7.5 oz)
- Carr's Water Crackers: Perfect for serving with cheeses, fruit, and spreads when entertaining. (2.2 oz)
- Gift Presentation: Packed in an igourmet signature gift box.
Champagne not included.
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