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May Pairing of the Month

 The month of May brings growth in nature with the blossoms and return of spring ‘May flowers.’ Lizzie was inspired to bring to you our spring pairing of the month. We have expanded our selection of pantry items to deliver the finest quality of products from exceptional local producers and best-selling nationally acclaimed brands. We look forward to you trying our delicious monthly handpicked gourmet wine, cheese and accouterment pairings.

Ant Moore Sauvignon Blanc

Crisp and refreshing with flavors of lime, gooseberries, and passionfruit. Made by Anthony “Ant” Moore in Marlborough, New Zealand, this wine is made with a passion for sustainability and a commitment to quality fruit with loads of over-the-top tropical and citrus fruit and boisterous acidity.

Dirt Lover Sheep’s Milk Cheese

Dirt Lover is a 100% sheep milk bloomy rind cheese with a light coating of vegetable ash. Applying ash to the rind of cheeses is an old-world cheese-making technique that helps to neutralize the pH of the rind, encouraging the desired rind formation. The dark line from the ash makes Dirt Lover a striking addition to a cheese plate. Dirt Lover is a Green Dirt Farm original recipe. It’s one of a very few soft-ripened sheep’s milk cheeses made in the US. Dirt lover tastes buttery, lemony, and mushroomy, and becomes earthy and beefy with age. It smells of wet dirt, like working in the garden. This cheese pairs well with rosé, wheat beer, and dried apricots. Dirt Lover makes a wonderful salad with citrus quarters, walnuts, fennel, and a simple vinaigrette.

Red Bear Truffled Pig Dry Salami

The Truffled Pig Dry Salami is handcrafted in small batches to ensure quality and flavor. The pork is combined with spices and then enhanced with the earthy aroma and taste of truffle.

Toast for Cheese from The Fine Cheese Co.

‘Toast’ is oh so thin, light, and crisp (baked twice like biscotti), but what makes it unique is that around 55% of the cracker is composed of fruits, nuts and seeds. Making it oh so fruity, oh so nutty and oh so – well ‘seedy’!

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