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July 14, 2011

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Art's cheeses are delightful. I love them all, but especially Sigit. It is a wonderful thing that such high quality cow milk cheeses are being made locally.

Cheers Art! And cheers Aaron!

Couldn't agree more Kareem! Great to have such quality made within the local community. Definitely instills a strong sense of pride.

My wife and I had this over the weekend and really like it. I was looking for a bit more crunchy pieces and after re reading this, I see what you mean by needing a bit more salt.

Nevertheless, we love it and look to explore more from Mecox.

We had this with a 2010 Sauvignon Blanc, which IMO went nicely.

Interesting pairing Michael. Alpine-style cheeses are pretty forgiving when it comes to pairings in my opinion.

Funny enough, Merlot is actually considered to be a classic pairing. Wine with cheese can be pretty hit or miss for me. When it is right, it can be amazing; but clashes are all too common. Because of that, I tend to gravitate towards beer.

I will have to try a sauv blanc with one the next time I have a chance. Thanks for the suggestion!

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