Tempranillo and Mahon


Take a break in Spanish style this weekend with a glass of Tempranillo and a wedge of Mahon!

Though red Tempranillo production originated in Spain, there are popular New World varieties from Argentina and Chile. These traditionally young wines have a shorter life on the vine. Each glass teases the palate with a variety of flavors ranging from tobacco and vanilla to berries and plum.

Mahon is a stellar semi-firm, cow's milk cheese that hails from the island of Menorca. It's got a bit of a bite with a sharp lemon-ey, salty flavors. This cheese crumbles like an aged cheddar and goes best with a simple cracker that won't compete for your attention.

Close your eyes and you can almost smell the salty, Mediterranean breeze as you're dazzled by Tempranillo and Mahon.

Check out other wine and cheese recommendations: Fleur de Maquis and Sauvingnon Blanc Valedon and Sauternes Morbier and Pinot Noir Merlot and Appenzeller Cheese Midnight Moon and Cabernet Sauvingon