Wine and cheese is a timeless duet of exciting exploration and gratifying relaxation. Playing matchmaker with different wines and cheeses is a fun that never ends. Sometimes you get it right the first time; other times maybe not. But all the time, it’s just pure imagination.
For Stella Rosa Wines, it’s like a speed-dating social hour when it comes to mixing and mingling with different cheeses – some pairings like to flirt, but others will see a long-term relationship. Not sure where to start? Keep reading to find out our recommendations when it comes to pairing cheeses with Stella Rosa!
Stella Rosa Platinum’s green apple and vanilla flavors make it a unique pairing for Aged Parmesan and New England Farm House Cheddar cheeses. This is a matchup that may surprise many, but in a good way.
Asiago is an attractive Italian cheese who can’t help but be lured to the trifecta of raspberry, strawberry, and red plum flavors of Stella Rosa Red. Can you blame them?
Havarti and Manchego cheeses prove that “age ain’t nothing but a number” – no matter how aged the cheese is, it’ll taste amazing with a glass of Stella Rosa Black!
For Stella Rosa Rosso, it’s greatest quality is its versatility; how can a wine taste so good with both Gouda and Pepper Jack, two cheeses with two very different personalities? Stella Rosa Rosso makes it happen.
Stella Rosa Peach likes to get peachy with Aged Cheddar and Dubliner Irish Cheddar cheeses – there is so much fun to be had here and you don’t want to miss out.
Gorgonzola and Brie cheeses aren’t afraid of getting involved with something so pink – Stella Rosa Pink that is. What’s not to like? You’ll never know until you give it a try.
Blue Stilton cheese, Blueberry Goats cheese, and Stella Rosa Berry. These 3 B’s definitely mean business. No messing around here, this is a serious, must-try wine and cheese pairing.
Loosen things up with a glass of Stella Rosa Moscato and fondue. Rearrange the letters in fondue and you’ll find the fun to be had in this matching.
And finally, perhaps the most eclectic trio of all: Stella Rosa Bianco, Feta cheese, and Cotswold cheese. The sweetness of the wine sticks well with both the salty and tangy characteristics of Feta, and the creamy and buttery characteristics of Cotswold.
We hope that you’ll find some inspiration here and enjoy doing some experimentation to find other delicious Stella Rosa and cheese pairings. And when you do it with friends, it’s even better. Share your thoughts and your own pairing parties with us by using #StellaRosa and #Stellabrate on your Instagram photos – we just may feature you!