This cheese platter approaches the perfect pairing of port wine with blue cheeses. Include two of the best Spanish blue cheeses and a Porto bottle for a perfect pairing.
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This table combines the virtues of Porto pairing with blue cheeses. Whether it consumed maridándolo as you wish to make a paste of port wine with blue cheese or blue cheese simply macerated with wine the result is always surprising and delicious.
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