Our Cheese Islands have over 350 varieties of domestic and imported cheese. We even have vegan, lactose-free and soy-based cheeses for those who think cheese isn't for them.
Get to know the different types of cheese below or let us point you in the right direction, in-store.
Try with dried fruit, figs, pears and honey. Pairs well with: red or sparking white wine.
Great melted in a sandwich, or serve with apples and pears. Pairs well with: Cabernet, Guinness or fruity wines.
Perfect pairings: fruit, cracker, crusty bread and mustard. Pairs well with: beer, wine or whisky.
Try with red peppers or hummus. Great on the grill! Pairs well with: Sauvignon Blanc or Pinot Gris
Perfect sprinkling over or to garnish tacos, enchiladas, quesadillas. Pairs well with: Light Lager, Pilsner & Pale Ales
Goes well with fruits like apples, pears, grapes, pecans, walnuts, almonds. Great topped and baked! Pairs well with: Pinot Grigio or Sauvignon Blanc
Enjoy with dark breads, meats and fresh or dried fruits. Pairs well with: white & medium-bodied red wine.
Sweet and sour with strawberries, pineapple or mango. Pairs well with: Chianti or Burgundy wine
Great in sandwiches, soups, sauces and on burgers or casseroles. Pairs well with: Syrah, Merlot, Zinfandel, Cabernet Sauvignon.
Excellent in sandwiches, casseroles and is a fondue favourite. Pairs well with: Light Pilsner, rich Cognac, Stout
Rich, buttery, slightly sweet flavour and smooth, creamy texture. Sliced in sandwiches, shred in baked dishes, diced in salads and vegetable dishes. Pairs well with: Champagne, Chardonnay, Malbec, Pinot Gris, Lager, cider and fruit beers
Try with sweet fresh fruit like pear, fig or apples, with jam and honey. Pairs well with: Light Beer, Pinot Noir or Beaujolais, Rosé or Sauvignon Blanc
Try with nuts, olives, fresh fruits and berries. Pairs well with: Keep it light with chardonnay or champagne.
Try with chorizo, serrano ham, olives and almonds. Pairs well with: sparkling Cava, Spanish Riojas or a sherry.
From fresh mozzarella to gorgonzola to Parmigiano Reggiano and everything in between. Pairs well with: fruity white wine or strong red Barolo