The best food and wine pairings with mild and soft cheese

Find the best food and wine pairings with all of mild and soft cheese recipes.

The best appellations to pair with mild and soft cheese

The wines that pair with mild and soft cheese

About Mild and soft cheese

In France, there are over a thousand varieties of cheese. These varieties can be grouped into eight main families according to their water, fat and calcium content. Soft cheeses with bloomy rind, pressed cooked cheeses, pressed uncooked cheeses, soft cheeses with washed rind, blue-veined cheeses, fresh cheeses or cheeses with natural rind made from cow's milk, processed cheeses, goat's milk cheeses, cheeses made from sheep's milk, fromage blanc and vegetable or vegan cheeses.

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