Uncork the Cheese!

There’s really nothing better than the age old pairing of wine and cheese. When put together, these classics create a magical experience. So what better way to enjoy the experience than hosting a party that showcases these favorites? We’ve had our fair share of wine and cheese events in the past and they are always a hit! Our hosts love it because there’s no cooking involved, allowing them to spend more time with their guests, and guests are happy because it’s just darn right delicious!

So maybe now you’re thinking of throwing a ONEHOPE Wine and cheese pairing party with us, and wondering what cheeses would pair best. For some, the hardest part about entertaining with cheese is figuring out what to buy. Well, do not worry – we did the research for you and put together a little guide of the best cheeses to pair with our varietals.

Sparkling – Parmesan, Feta or Chèvre

Sauvignon Blanc – Goat Cheese, Feta, Fresh Mozzarella, Ricotta

Chardonnay – Jarlsberg, Brie, Munster

Merlot – Aged Cheddar, Parmesan, Provolone, Aged Gouda

Cabernet Sauvignon – Aged Cheddar, Aged Gouda

Zinfandel – Parmesan, Aged Cheddar, Aged Gouda, Asiago, Dry Jack

We couldn’t stop there! Here’s a few of our favorite party planning ideas for a wine and cheese party:

Label your cheeses with these DIY printables

Keep the theme with these DIY wine cork cheese knives!

A chalkboard table runner makes it easy for guests to follow along!

Now that you’ve got what it takes to throw a fabulous pairing party, the only thing left to do is send out the invitations! If you’re in California and want to host a ONEHOPE Wine and cheese party with us, sign up here!

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