A new wine seller for port and sherry

Balderson makes port and sherry even better. Balderson Vintners for White Wine and Balderson Vintners for Red Wine have become very popular with wine lovers who are looking for just the right Cheddar to pair with their favourite wine. Because of that popularity, we’ve just released a new member of the family: Vintners for Port & Sherry. This Cheddar has been aged a full 50 months and is especially graded and selected to complement the richer and sweeter flavours of most ports and sherry. Vintners for Port & Sherry is available at most leading supermarket Delis and cheese shops. If […]

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Take the guesswork out of pairing wine and cheese

If you’d like to take some of the guesswork out of selecting wines that go well with Balderson Cheddars, experiment with applying the concept of “terroir.” The basic idea is that the attributes of agricultural products like wine and cheese are shaped by the landscape that produces them – and that products from the same regions therefore go well together. By this principle, Canadian wines should be your first choice for serving with Balderson Cheddars. For your “terroir” experience, pair our Vintners For Red Wine or our Vintners Cheddar for White Wine with any of the reds or whites from […]

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Pairing Wine with Balderson Cheese

The finest Ontario and British Columbia wines make the best marriages with various Balderson mild and aged cheddars. The cheese flatters the wine, and the wine mellows the cheese. The older the cheese, the more flavourful and intense the wine is needed to match it. The Cheddar Balderson Mild: a gentle, buttery cheese that would go well with a dry sparkling wine or a Sauvignon Blanc, unoaked Chardonnay or a dry rose. Avoid full-bodied reds with tannin or oak-aged Chardonnays whose flavour will overpower the cheese. The Wines Ontario: Chateau des Charmes Sauvignon Blanc British Columbia: Calona Private Reserve Semillon […]

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