Last week I visited John Greenwold owner of Wine Fantastic, our distributor in England. Wednesday he hosted a dinner for his clients so we could all meet, discuss and taste some wines. When the cheeses came to the table something that received my attention and intrigued me: meat-color cheese with a kind of sauce on the top. What is this? John told me that this is cheese aged in Port Wine for some time, gaining a slightly sweet flavor. I tried a slice and I liked it. But then a question emerged, should we drink it with Port?!? I decided to pair it with… water, it was late and my liver was begging for a brake!
I do not know its name, does anyone can help?
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