An irresistible ultry-creamy texture, a thin, almost unnoticeable rind, an enticingly complex aroma, an appealing and unique rock-like appearance and a definite festive side: for over a half-century, these qualities have ensured the fame and success of Boursault, a French triple-cream soft cow's milk cheese.
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When planning a dinner, the choice of wines is paramount, which is why Roland Barthélemy is sharing some tips on selecting the best varieties.
To accompany Chèvre Tentation, opt for a dry Loire white, such as a Sancerre, Pouilly, Chably or Chinon Blanc.
Choose a simpler, more robust wine to pair with Brebis Sensation - for example, a white Côte du Rhône such as a Chateauneuf-du-Pape, which will bring out the best of this cheese and delight your taste buds.
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