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Cheese and Wine!!!!
    • Anharva [2191096]
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    Thread created on 02:24:08 - 11/04/19 (5 years ago)
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    Last replied 12:32:45 - 15/04/19 (5 years ago)
    So earlier this morning me and a coupl e of faction members were talking food, and we briefly got onto the topic of wine and cheese, and I was like, "Everyone has an opinion about their favourite wine and cheese combo, I wonder..".  So let me know what cheese your eating, what wine your drinking and where they come from.

    Anharva:
    Vacherine Cheese from Switerland is my fav, on dark rye with shaved truffle and a sprinkle of Cayenne pepper and an Italian Nebbiolo.

    An explaination:
    Vacherine is a strong falvoured, medium hard cheese. Similar to Gruyere but it melts really soft and creamy, kinda like creme fresh)
    Nebbiolo is a full bodied Italian red (when I say full bodied, I mean it.).

    So......What are you eating and drinking?
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    Posted on 22:47:40 - 14/04/19 (5 years ago)
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    Dairylee triangles and Apothic red wine...

    Maybe not the cheese...

    I will never lie to you. What I say is how I feel...

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    Posted on 12:32:45 - 15/04/19 (5 years ago)
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    The variety of cheese is usually not under my control, so Im basically uninformed about that aspect, that being said Valpolicella ripasso is probably one of my favorite wines, not the cheapest, but a very affordable italian red wine which I could drink alone or to anything :)
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