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Red Pepper Goat Cheese Spread

Almost as intriguing as our Texas sparkling wines are our delectable small bite pairings. A unique treat for guests when enjoying wine tastings, these seasonal delights pair perfectly with each of our wines. Carefully crafted by our in-house chef to complement the clean crispness of our wine, Heath Sparkling Wines offers a one-of-a-kind wine tasting experience.

The Heath Sparkling team enjoys seeing which pairings tend to stand out the most each season. While it was a close call, many of our guests have been particularly fond of the red pepper goat cheese spread. Topped with fresh mint and served on a cracker alongside Heath Sparkling Wines Ebullience, even guests who do not typically enjoy goat cheese have been pleasantly surprised.

With summer quickly coming to a close, we find ourselves craving the combination of our twist on a red pepper spread with a crisp glass of Ebullience. Unique and intriguing, Ebullience is an old-world style ramato crafted from Pinot Grigio. An alluring copper color, it features aromas of grapefruit and peach laced with notes of wild honey.

We invite you to recreate this experience using our recipe, shared below, and would love to see how you enjoy Heath Sparkling Wines at home. Follow along to share your experience and to stay up to date with us, including details on our latest releases and new member patio.

Our newest small bite pairings will debut later this fall. We invite you to plan your next Hill Country winery experience in Fredericksburg, Texas by booking a sparkling wine tasting reservation. We look forward to welcoming you to our artfully designed environment where you can explore wine in a civilized oasis. Until then, cheers!

Red Pepper Goat Cheese Spread

Ingredients:

-8 oz goat cheese

-3-6 oz Stonewall Kitchen Red Pepper Jelly

Instructions:

  1. Place 8 ounces of goat cheese and 3-6 ounces (depending on taste) of red pepper jelly in a mixing bowl.
  2. Mix together. We suggest mixing by hand as this will make cleanup much quicker.
  3. Once mixed, enjoy immediately or refrigerate.
  4. We recommend spreading across your favorite buttery cracker or a celery stick and topping with a mint leaf for a fresh and dynamic flavor profile.

*Chef’s Tip: Let the goat cheese sit at room temperature for 30 minutes before mixing in order to shorten the mixing time.