Brie – charakterystyka
Brie is a semi-soft cheese, made from pasteurized cow’s milk. Cheese originates from France. It is characterized by a creamy consistency and mushroom aroma. Brie is overgrown with white mould, which makes the inside liquid and buttery. There are different types of Brie cheese, which differ from each other in the expressiveness of taste.
Połączenie białego wina z serem Brie
When combining wine with cheese, it is important to remember that they are of similar intensity. The rule can be adopted that mild cheeses should not be combined with wines above 14.5%. Cheeses with white mould go perfectly with white wines. Combination of white wine with Brie is aimed at emphasizing the taste while not dominating it. White wine should be chilled. In addition, sweet wines go well with cheeses with a gooey consistency, such as Brie.
Szampany i wina musujące
For example: Chardonnay, Sauvignon Blanc, Gaillac, Pinot Blanc. High sourness tastes perfectly served with creamy soft cheeses. For example: Martí Serdà Masia d’Or Cava Brut Penedès
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