I really like brie but I do not like it with cabernet, chardonnay or light whites like chablis. I liked it with a pinot noir, or vouvrey (a semi-sweet white wine) but great ones value also considerably, like 40$ and up. Is there any wine in the 20 dollar or considerably less range that goes well with a 5-8 dollar wedge of brie? Meals-clever, I like the brie with apples, pears, walnuts or cranberries and french bread, of training course. Any foodstuff or wine ideas will be appriciated!
Reply by Scott L
There are modestly priced pinots noirs. Burgundies are fairly pricey, but Trader Joe’s sells a Two Buck Chuck that’s a p.n. And if you want to go increased than that, there are a lot of others.
I desire crimson wines with cheese, but if you like vouvrays, there are less expensive Australian, Chilean, and US wines produced of the same grape (chenin blanc.) Or probably you may possibly like to try out a traminer or even a gewurztraminer.
Response by in vino veritas
For the red: Mark West Pinot Noir, Castle Rock Monterrey Pinot Noir, A to Z Pinot Noir (exceptional juice from Oregon)
For the white: chenin blanc (the grape in Vouvray) – for sweeter go for a Beringer, Hogue, or other individuals from CA or Washington Point out. For a drier Chenin, certainly Claibourne and Churchill – excellent juice there.
Hope this assists.
Answer by joe s
I guess the “professionals” would pair you with a good white that you never really like. I also like brie with vegie crackers and always pick a wine that I know I would get pleasure from wheather it be crimson or white.
When in the mood for white, I would go with a New York dry Riesling. If pink is my decision, it would be a Chianti or an economical Bordeaux.