What to pair with brie cheese

Never know what to pair with brie cheese? Don’t worry we’ll help you out! Here at Vintage Wine Bar and Bistro in Farmingdale, we offer a meat and cheese combination board. And what better to go with your meat and cheese combo than wine! With our wide selection of wine and our wine flights, you are bound to find the perfect wine to go with your brie cheese. Now, we are going to give you the guide on everything you can pair with brie cheese.

Brie is a popular cheese originated from France. It is known for its gooey texture and its mild rich flavor. The delicious cheese is known to go with meat, wine, fruits, and even desserts.

Meat and cheese, a very popular combo is always a common dish to order. Meats such as ham, bacon, and sausage go great with brie cheese. At Vintage Wine Bar and Bistro, our menu option offers six different kinds of meats from chorizo sausage and prosciutto ham.

Fruit is also something that is part of your cheese and meat platter, and luckily it goes great with brie. It adds the perfect amount of sweetness to your platter. Fruits such as grapes, apples, berries, pears, and plums all go great with brie. Jam and crackers are also a hit with brie cheese.

Now an important pairing with your brie cheese is wine. At Vintage Wine Bar our wine selection is huge. We offer wine and beer flights so you’re not stuck with just one. Wine and beer flights include up to 4 different selections, so finding the one that you’ll like best with your brie cheese will be easy. Light to medium red wines is popular with soft cheeses. Also, fruity red wines are popular with brie. If you prefer white wine, spiced white wines are a great pair with brie. If you want to switch out your wine with beer fruity beers are the way to go.

If you didn’t know brie cheese is popular with dessert platters. Dark chocolate and nuts are a great pair with brie if you are looking to have a simple dessert or light snack.

Now that you have your guide to what pairs best with brie cheese it’s time to come down to Vintage Wine Bar and Bistro in Farmingdale to test out what you like with your brie cheese. Test which wine or beer you prefer with your brie with our flights and check out our cheese and meat platters.


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