This year we celebrate Thanksgiving with a hand-selected round up of Vermont cheeses, showcasing our region’s tradition of beautiful cheesemaking in all milk types and textures.
Turkey season is almost here! Nicole’s been perfecting her Thanksgiving recipes for years, and she found the perfect pair in Misty Knoll’s turkeys.
This year, we decided to let each of our wine buyers choose their number one pick for a Thanksgiving wine. Here we have an Italian bubbly from Gemma, an off-dry German white from Julie, and a French red from Jessica. Happy sipping and have a safe and delicious holiday!
If we had our way, every other wine article would feature Beaujolais. That’s why this post features three Beaujolais from three different towns, just in time for holiday sipping!
Here are a few wines that I think will pair exceptionally well with a Thanksgiving feast.
We checked in with Tripp, the Head Manager on our cheese counter and our domestic cheese buyer. He has put together a wonderful recommendation for a Thanksgiving cheeseboard, incorporating a cross-section of milk types and textures. He draws on some old favorites but also includes a couple of newer cheeses that we think are destined to become classics in their own right!
Wondering what to serve with your Thanksgiving meal? Leave it to Formaggio Kitchen’s wine buyers to handle those details for you! South End Wine Buyer, Julie Cappellano, and Cambridge Wine Buyer, Gemma Iannoni, have chosen three delicious wines that will save you the time and effort.
We checked in with Kurt, lead cheese buyer at our Cambridge shop, to find out what he was recommending for these chilly autumn days and, more specifically, for Thanksgiving. Always a tough question for a lover of cheese (how to choose?), we managed to eke out the following recommendations.
In the Beaujolais region of Burgundy, the third Thursday of November marks the release of the young wine that is made from indigenous Gamay grape.