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Ile de France Goat Cheese Warm Herb Salad
Ile de France Goat Cheese Warm Herb Salad with the Blue Moon Belgium White Ale and the J Lohr Chardonnay
Ile de France Goat Cheese Warm Herb Salad Ile de France Goat Cheese Warm Herb Salad with the Blue Moon Belgium White Ale and the J Lohr Chardonnay
Michael Landis, our Cheese, Wine & Beer Expert pairs up the Ile de France Goat Cheese Warm Herb Salad with the Samuel Adams Boston Larger, Blue Moon Belgium White Ale, Marechal Pouilly Fuisse and the J Lohr Chardonnay. The Ile de France Goat Cheese Warm Herb Salad recipe can be found on the Ile de France Cheese web site.  View the Featured Recipe
Samuel Adams Boston Lager & Ile de France Goat Cheese Warm Herb Salad
The Ile de France Goat Cheese Warm Herb Salad works well with the clean crisp flavors of the Samuel Adams Boston Larger. The Boston Larger mellow out the herbs and brings a nice sweetness to the goat cheese for an overall excellent balance of flavors.

Blue Moon Belgium White Ale & Ile de France Goat Cheese Warm Herb Salad
The Ile de France Goat cheese brings out a richness of flavors from this Blue Moon Belgium White Ale and the beer returns the favor by softening the tartness of the goat cheese along with bringing out the nice fresh herb flavors of the cheese.

Marechal Pouilly Fuisse & Ile de France Goat Cheese Warm Herb Salad
This Marechal Pouilly Fuisse is a great complement to this rich, tangy goat cheese. This wonderful rich Chardonnay blends perfectly with the tangy flavors of the Ile de France Goat Cheese and smoothes out the flavors of both, for a excellent wine and cheese pairing.

J Lohr Chardonnay & Ile de France Goat Cheese Warm Herb Salad The J Lohr Chardonnay brings out all the flavors of the cheese and wine. There is a real depth of flavors in both the J Lohr Chardonnay and the Ile de France Goat Cheese. The Chardonnay starts out just a little bit oaky and when paired with the Goat Cheese, they both mellow out and enhance each other's flavors, excellent rich pairing.