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Have you ever eaten anything with goat cheese? I can’t even explain to you the rich cheesy taste. It’s almost like a combination of cream cheese and ricotta cheese. Of course, all cheese goes great with wine, but your next wine tasting party will be a real hit with these Goat Cheese Appetizers!

What is Goat Cheese?

Goat cheese is made from goat milk. Goat milk is used to make all kinds of cheese such as Gouda, Cheddar, and Brie. Here are some of the different types:

Aged

Goat cheese that is aged is usually French. It comes in a variety of shapes and sizes. You will find that it is usually covered in an edible ash to prevent it from drying out. It has a fluffy middle and a gooey exterior. This is my favorite kind!

Tomme Style

Tomme style basically means a wheel of cheese. This cheese is also covered in an edible ash to prevent the crust from developing. 

Blue 

Did you know you could get blue goat cheese? Its blue mold is mixed into the curds. As it ages, the flavor changes making it sharper, earthier, and more pungent. 

Brie

Goats milk Brie is subtle and refreshing. It is even more subtle and refreshing than traditional cow’s milk. Look for the name Peilloute to try it. 

Cheddar

You don’t just get Cheddar cheese from cow’s milk. In fact, goat cheddar has everything you want; its sharp, fruity, and has a distinctive goaty tang. 

Gouda

Another of my favorite goat cheeses is Gouda. It is soft and creamy making it perfect as a table cheese. When its aged, it is sweet and delicious with some Carmel overtones. 

If these cheeses sound delicious, imagine how much more delicious they are in these appetizers…

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Drool Worthy Goat Cheese Appetizers for Your Next Wine Tasting Party

So, you’re hosting a wine tasting party, eh? Well, you’ve got the drinks handled, but what about appetizers that will please everyone in the crowd? More than likely, your first instinct is going to involve goat cheese, and good for you! It’s such a delicious food that you can use in so many different ways! Sweet, salty, soft, or hard - goat cheese can be used in everything and more.

Goat Cheese Appetizers For Your Wine Tasting Party You’ll Wish You Made More Of

So let’s goat started with these yummy appetizers for your next wine tasting party!

This fresh cherry salsa is sweet but savory, spicy but refreshing. Top a log of goat cheese with a few spoonfuls for a spectacular appetizer!

With this list of recipes, you’ll be able to make a little of something for everyone - even the picky eaters! Which one are you going to use? Share your favorite goat cheese recipe in the comments!

Other Appetizers for Your Wine Party

The great thing about having a wine tasting party is that different foods pair better with different wines. This means, you can have a smorgasbord of food choices that your guests will love! If you want a little more variety than just goat cheese appetizers, check out some of our other wine tasting appetizers. 

If you want to learn more about cheese, check out these 50 Books about Cheese that Will Teach You Everything You Need to Know!

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