A Trio of Can’t-Miss Port Pairings

A selection of cheese matches for Port

A Trio of Can’t-Miss Port Pairings
Quince paste, nuts and dates make tasty accompaniments on a cheese plate for Ports. (Lucy Schaeffer)
From the Feb 28, 2022, issue

Among fortified wines, Port enjoys a well-deserved reputation as the cheese-friendliest of the lot. While Stilton and Cheddar are the tried-and-true partners for Port, Parmigiano-Reggiano also makes for an interesting match. Discover three Wine Spectator–recommended cheeses to pair with your next bottle.

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