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CHEESE & WINE

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One marriage that no one can object to is Wine & Cheese. Individually, they are delicious but when combined together, they create a magic with flavours. And like we said, a match made in heaven, whether it’s a dry, tannic, sweet, fruity or spicy, every wine has a complementary cheese.

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