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June 21, 2010


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One of my favorite NYS cheeses. Well chosen, Aaron!

From personal experience I know that the Ewe's Blue pairs amazingly with the Anthony Road M-RS Riesling Trockenbeeren and our M-RS Vignoles Trockenbeeren. We served this cheese in the dessert course of our recent winemaker's dinner. The Ewe's Blue is a great New York cheese.

Sounds like a perfect match! This is an incredibly versatile cheese that can provide a wide range of tastes and flavors, depending on the pairing. Would love to try that some day.

Bringing on the cheese section to the NYCR has been one of the smartest additions yet.


Great post. I saw this cheese a while back at a cheese shop and thought about it. I liked the way it looked and it was from NY.

But for some reason I did not choose it, probably because I had never seen or tasted this before. I went with what I had in the past. Now because of this post, I will be on the lookout and buy the next time I see it.

My life is not long! But I will not let my life boring! I will try to do something I love doing things for their own pleasure! Make it a rich and meaningful

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