Rosé Veuve Clicquot with Fresh Goat’s Cheese
Melting and refined. Soft and salty. When this wine of character, with its full-bodied flavors meet the delicate softness of Fresh Goat’s cheese, opposites attract. The creamy texture of the goat’s cheese subtly reveals the Pinot Noir blended within this Rosé. Serving to turn up the accent on its ripe red fruity notes.
Fresh cheese, without rind. Young. Goat’s. International.
Rosé Veuve Clicquot with a young Mimolette
Tangy and fruity. Textured and supple. When Rosé Veuve Clicquot meets Mimolette – they share their instant fruitiness followed with a distinguished dry aftertaste. The palate discerns the Pinot Noir blend within the Rosé, revealing its raspberry, strawberry, cherry and blackberry in all their wild fruitiness. Your chosen Mimolette should be six to eight months young – to reveal its full fruity character. Serve in small pieces. And to fully savor its flavor, alone, without bread.
Hard cheese. Young. Cow’s. Northern France.
Rosé Veuve Clicquot with Ossau Iraty
Tender and salty. Fruity and sophisticated. Fine and elegant. Rosé Veuve Clicquot and Ossau Iraty enjoy instant recognition in the other’s light saltiness and finesse. A product of its terroir, Ossau Iraty cheese is made in a defined geographic area, where the sheep’s custom diet gives its unique character. Serve in small pieces, with cherry conserve for that extra gourmandise.
Hard cheese. Light maturation. Sheep’s. South-West France.