The creamy, soft-rind, sheep's-milk cheese is elegant and perfectly balanced. It has enough pungency to attract, not repel. It's buttery, not cloying. And inside the tang, there's a hint of sweetness (due to the molasses and corn eaten by the sheep). The cheese pairs well with both white wine and beer.
Alex Seidel, co-owner of Fruition Farms Dairy (and Denver's Fruition Restaurant), suggests pairing the cheese with a Saison Belgian Style Ale from Funkwerks in Fort Collins, a Pineau des Charentes (a wine fortified with cognac), or an acidic Pinot Gris to offset the cheese's richness.
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