The champagne and cheese pairing everyone is talking about

Coffret Canard Duchene

Tasting your Camembert with a papa rouge, it was before ... When an exceptional natural champagne is paired with the best cheese maker in Paris aka Androuët , it gives the coolest and most cutting-edge pairing of the season. Something to delight foodies looking for new experiences!

A vintage V2012 box of Androuët cheeses

After the obsession with the burrata - truffle - Barolo trio, here is the new mix and match that everyone is talking about this season. A cheese and natural champagne pairing in a stunning box: we dreamed of it. Dreams are my reality ... Next time you feel like bluffing for dinner, say bring the cheese or the aperitif! Rather, aim. The Androuët master refiner sublimates 5 nuggets sourced from the best small producers with the V2012 from Canard-Duchêne , an organic and non-dosed Brut Nature from the historic champagne house , a new hobby of the most prominent wine merchants in the capital. ..

More than a champagne, a Blanc de Noir with a chalky and limestone terroir. In short, a tasting wine that goes on ripe yellow fruits and mirabelle plum (it feels like the wine merchant of Lison Daniel des Caractères , right?).

A never-before-seen champagne and cheese pairing from small producers

We push the plug a little further. This vintage grand cru will sublimate like no one else the very sharp selection of the house, starting with the Brillat Savarin triple cream, a madeleine de Proust cheese par excellence.

We then go on chords stronger in sensation! A Brie de Melun from Maison Suzerain that the vintage will display on flavors of undergrowth and mushrooms ... Before focusing on a Lochois Sheep from Jeanne Galinet which allows you to focus on the absolute refinement of this complex champagne , aged 8 years in the cellar.

Cherry on the cheese: we test a real curiosity, namely a forgotten cheese cherished by the most discerning gourmets such as Le parsley from Tignes , which leaves a taste so strong that the V2012 will allow you to “ wash your mouth ” before tasting it again.

Ultimate pairing: Mont Vully (name of a volcano located at an altitude of 800 m in Switzerland, in the canton of Friborg) with a pressed raw milk paste rubbed with Pinot marc, with an extremely fine rind whose champagne reveals with great finesse the “ grape must ” side. We are already won over.

Box of Androuët x V2012 vintage cheeses from Canard-Duchêne: € 70. On sale until December in the Androuët store -13 rue Daguerre, Paris 14th and at 23 rue de la Terrasse, Paris 17th.

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