New Cheese and Charcuterie
We’ve been working on changing quite a few things about the Naked Grape to improve the guest experience. As part of that initiative, we’re shaking up the cheese and charcuterie selection. Here are two new ones that are now available:
BrickHaus Tilsit: This cheese is a distant relative of Gouda, produced when Dutch settlers moved east to the town of Tilsit, now part of Russia, and tried to make Gouda. They soon realized that the milk, climate and bacterial cultures produced a very different cheese. Tilsit has a different texture with it’s irregular cracks and a slightly stronger taste profile, due to the bacteria used.
Wild Boar Salami: This product is made from Texas wild boar and organic juniper and clove to produce a dense salami with chewy texture and mildly gamey notes. It’s a very unusual product and a great accompaniment to the Tilsit on cheese boards. I’d pair both with Zinfandel, but they’ll go great with whatever you’re drinking.