Wine and cheese pairing cheat sheet: consider age and intensity, tannins, salt/sweetness, fruit/nuts, texture. Cheeses are divided into fresh and soft; semi-hard, medium aged; stinky; blue; hard-aged. | serious eats
When it comes to wine, for many people Burgundy represents the ‘Holy Grail’. Elegance, pristine fruit and perhaps some of the greatest terroir expression in the wine world. But isn’t Burgundy horribly expensive and very complicated? Read on to find out more about the myths, the realities and some wonderful affordable wines.