Murray's Feta Cup 7 oz
We're no strangers to the innovations of the ancient Greeks; the Olympic games, theater, and even democracy made their way stateside from the noble Hellenic Republic. What a shock, then, that we're only just discovering Greece's most perfected indulgence: feta straight from Greece. Only 2% of feta consumed in the U.S. actually hails from Greece, a fact we'd imagine makes Zeus want to toss a few lightning bolts, but never fear, we've sought out an incredibly authentic, delightfully delicious Greek feta. Sourcing pure sheep milk directly from the ancient Greek regions of Thessaly and Macedonia, our Greek artisans follow the original, millennia-old recipe before carefully aging in wooden barrels for sixty days, resulting in a creamy, decadent texture and tangy, citric flavor unparalleled among fetas. Enjoy Murray's Feta broiled on toast with roasted red peppers, tossed in pasta with chicken and artichokes, or crumbled alongside chunks of juicy watermelon for a salty-sweet delight.
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Lagers and KolschLager, Dunkel, Schwarz, Pilsner, Kolsch Ale
Lagers run the gamut from crisp, pale Pilsners to dark-malted Dunkels and Märzens. Flavors are typically approachable and mellow, a delicate balance of toasted bread, gentle sweetness, and mild hop bitterness for structure.
Pair with: Almost any firm, mild cheese like Tomme de Savoie or Landaff Creamery Landaff.
Pinot GrigioA lighter, crisper white wine. Tends to be refreshing and fruity, with aromas of stone fruit, peach, quince, and lemon.
Sauvignon BlancTypically bright and lemony, with clean citrus flavors. Can also have grassy and vegetal aromas (think green bell pepper).
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