Up your condiment game. Here, red wine adds depth and acid to sweet, slow-cooked shallots.
– Food and Wine Magazine
Our most savory preserve, Shallot Confit with Red Wine brings together the soft tannins of an Argentinian malbec with the deep caramels of slow-cooked shallots for a robust, but still approachable preserve. We love to pair this with any bold, assertive cheese or charcuterie. Makes an excellent addition to a sandwich as well.
Cheeses we love with Shallot Confit with Red Wine
Soft Ripened Cheeses
Soft Washed Rinds