Onkaparinga Triple Cream Brie: Review
Onkaparinga Triple Cream Brie comes from South Australia’s Mount Lofty Ranges. Is it because of where it comes from that it is unusually packaged? Possibly, since it comes in a distinctive foil lined square that you could draw right angles in a mathematics class. And opening the packaging reveals a white rind brie that had a much more full and creamy taste than another unbranded brie style cheese I had on the same evening coming from Gippsland. Pleasant eating.
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Wine Matching | Wine Pairing
White wine: Try chardonnay which will deal with the lush creaminess of this wine best. For an alternative grape variety, try Pizzini’s Verduzzo 2019.
Where to buy
Or ask the producer via their website here