The effervescence of these wines help lift the flavor molecules off of your palate an into your olfactory.  Plus the bubbles help cleanse the mouth when you are eating really creamy cheese.

  • White Bubbles - Champagne, Prosecco, Cava, Txakolina
  • Red Bubbles - Lambrusco
  • Beer (All Types)
  • Sparkling Water (Flavored and unflavored)
  • Cocktails and mocktails made with seltzer

White Wines

We look for white wines that have a big structure without a clawing sweetness.  Pecorino, Chenin Blanc or Gruner Veltliner are great options.


In Texas, Rose season is all year round.  These wines surprisingly go with almost all of the cheeses in our case.  We recommend a light sweetness and medium acidity when selecting.

Light Red Wines

These are a particular favorite of ours.  We look for wines with less tannin and creamy mouthfeel whenever we get the chance.  Pinot Noir or Mouvedre. 

Red Wines

We find that guests most often want to have their big bold red with a cheese plate.  The bigger and bolder, the less friendly they are to cheese pairings.  When you want to have that special bottle, we recommend enjoying it on alongside the cheeses but to not mix the flavors.  If it's not the bottle you’ve been saving for years, then we recommend a Montelpuciano, Carmenere, or Syrah.