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sartori cheese- Merlot BellaVitano

Discussion in 'Food and Drink' started by MotoMike, Mar 2, 2015.

  1. MotoMike

    MotoMike Founding Member

  2. larrybard

    larrybard Founding Member

    Interesting that it supposedly goes well with -- no surprise -- Merlot (or pinot noir or a Shiraz), but you chose zinfandel.
     
  3. Lucretia

    Lucretia Founding Member

    I really like it, too. It's one of my favorites for an easy dinner with an apple and a fresh hot roll with butter (and a glass of wine, of course!)

    Just had to do a quality check on the piece in my fridge--yep, it's still good.

    I have another cheese from this company to try. It's an asiago rubbed with olive oil and rosemary. That gives me ideas for dinner...
     
  4. Toothpick

    Toothpick #2 since day #1 Founding Member

  5. MotoMike

    MotoMike Founding Member

    the merlot seems to be more for looks than taste. I must admit, I didn't get a wine component in the flavor. Maybe if I tried their straight BellaVitano I would. I'll be trying some of their other cheeses.

    Jason, I think it would go well with a good hoppy beer too.
     
  6. Jay

    Jay No soup for you Founding Member

    Why not pair it with zinfandel- it's America's wine.
     
  7. Lucretia

    Lucretia Founding Member

    You're talking red zin, right? Or "pink" in a box?
     
  8. MotoMike

    MotoMike Founding Member

    Red!! Dark Red
     
  9. MotoMike

    MotoMike Founding Member

    I remember in the 90s that UC Davis thought Zinfandel was actually a southern Italian grape called Primativo. Now I guess they found that Zinfandel and Primativo are actually a grape from Croatia the name of which I can't spell.
     

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