Ile de France Goat Cheese with Samuel Adams Nobel Pils and the Bogle Merlot

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Michael Landis, our Cheese, Wine & Beer Expert introduces you to a series of Wine, Beer and Recipe pairings with the Ile de France Goat Cheeses. Michael explains the differences between French Goat cheeses made in the Rhone Alps and why it works so well with these wines and beers. Michael pairs up the goat cheese with the Samuel Adams Nobel Pils and the Bogle Merlot.
Samuel Adams Nobel Pils & Ile de France Goat Cheese
The Ile de France Goat Cheese brings out a little bit of sweetness out of the Samuel Adams Nobel Pils and gives the cheese a creamy and slightly more sweeter flavor. This is an excellent pairing for a light and fun beer and cheese that's not over complicated.
Bogle Merlot & Ile de France Goat Cheese
The Bogle Merlot brings a little bit of oakyness to the table which works well with the Ile de France Goat cheese with fine herbs. The Goat Cheese with Fine Herbs tones down the oakyness of the wine and brings out the fruit. The wine takes a little bit of the tanginess off the goat cheese, but keeps the splendid fine herb flavors.

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