Another Awesome Wine App

Need another Wine Application? Well here you go!

We have talked before about some great wine applications and here is a new one that we found to be helpful.

It is always so hard to pair a nice bottle of wine with the perfect cheese. The 2 go so well together if paired correctly. In fact, a perfect pairing enhances the flavor of both the wine and the cheese. This is what you are looking for.

However, not everyone is skilled in this area. Well now there is help. Specifically, there’s an app for that!

That’s right, an application the will pair the perfect cheese for you bottle of wine. Think of how you will look at parties if you show up with a nice bottle and the perfect cheese to match!

For example, if I am serving Aged Gouda the app tells me that a Cabernet Sauvignon goes well and brings out the nutty and salty flavors of the cheese.

If I have Parmesan, it tells me to try a Malbec because both the wine and cheese are bold. However, if I prefer white wine, then a Prosecco is best (so the bubbles waken up the palate and can cut through any salty flavors from the cheese.

The app is simple to use and has a nice variety of cheeses.

Vinepair has a whole host of wine apps from how to calculate how much wine you will need for your party to wine quizzes. And now they have a Wine and Cheese Pairing App.

You can either enter the cheese you are serving or would like to serve and the app will give you what wine is best for that cheese. Or you can enter in the kind of wine you are drinking and it brings back a perfect cheese pairing.

They have a website with a ton of great information. You can check it out at


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