National Wine And Cheese Day Facts And Tips
Happy National Wine and Cheese Day, or as I like to call it, Monday. Listen, whoever the brain was behind pairing these two delicacies should be honored, applauded and perhaps given the title of genius. On a hot summer day like today, celebrating National Wine and Cheese Day with a menu of wine and cheese makes perfect sense. Okay, maybe you’d want to throw in a vegatable or something, so that you don’t feel too guilty. I mean, it is a Monday.
Wine, cheese and Netflix? Oh, wait, it’s The Bachelorette night. Mondays were made for this holiday! But hold on there are rules when it comes to pairing your wine and cheese. I enlisted the help of the internet for this task. First a little history. Freelance writer and vino lover, Jace Shoemaker-Galloway, created National Wine and Cheese Day on July 25. So, here we are. But really, if it weren’t for the American trade movement, there would be lots of whining, because we may not have had and appreciated cheese as we do now. Wine and cheese were among some of the first items to be imported into the United States. They were brought here from Europe early on in the days of the American trade movement.
National Wine and Cheese Day is a holiday that celebrates wine and cheese in the United States. The history of National Wine and Cheese Day is intertwined with the history of wine and cheese in the United States. In fact, wine and cheese were some of the first items to be imported into the country. They were brought over from Europe as part of the early American trade movement. According to Newsd, French soldiers were actually given wine and cheese. Water supplies couldn’t be trusted, so wine was a safer choice.
Whatever your choice of wine is today, make sure you are accompanying it with the perfect cheese partner. Wine Connoisseur suggests that pairing from the same region or country works best. And when in cheese doubt, go with a firmer, nutty choice. Here’s more from Wine Connoisseur…
Happy National Wine and Cheese Day!— Wine Connoisseur (@wcwineusa) July 25, 2022
Here are some tips to make sure you're celebrating effectively 😉 pic.twitter.com/hUezRSFCtZ