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Both from central France, the pairing aligns with the old maxim – what grows together goes together. Rond la Tradition, a goats milk cheese from the Loire region has a soft texture with savoury & slightly earthy flavours. It pairs particularly well with P&N Reverdy Sancerre (100% Sauvignon blanc) with its bright fruit and chalky minerality.

Cheese: Rond la Tradition – P. Jacquin et Fils 150g

Wine: P&N Reverdy 2020 Sancerre Terre de Maimbray  375ml

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Rond la Tradition – P. Jacquin et Fils 150g

About the cheese

Jacquin Rond la Tradition is made by master cheesemaker Monsieur Pierre Jacquin in the Cher valley region that lies south of the Loire Valley. In the traditional disc shape of the Loire region, this goats cheese is coated with salted ground charcoal before maturation to encourage rind formation. It develops a soft, fragile texture with savoury & slightly earthy flavours. The edible rind will become more wrinkled and peppery with age and when fully mature the cheese looks rustic with flecks of blue and white mould on the rind.

P&N Reverdy 2020  Sancerre Terre de Maimbray 375ml

About the wine

From a small cellar in Maimbray, central France, comes this sustainably produced Sancerre. Made with 100% Sauvignon blanc grapes from 20-year-old plus vines, that are hand-picked and sorted before being pressed, cool-fermented and matured in tank on fine lees for 6 months.

A classic Sancerre, this wine features notes of ripe, vibrant gooseberry along with a textural minerality and great depth and length on the palate.

A little history about Pascal & Nicolas Reverdy

The Reverdy family have been viticulturists since the mid-1980s, establishing a strong reputation in part due to the care and attention paid to even the smallest detail of their vineyard. The farm is operated according to organic principles and grapes are all hand-harvested under strict selection guidelines.

The family name Reverdy is not uncommon in the region, though it is Pascal et Nicolas Reverdy who produce wines of this elevated level.

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