Tasmanian Heritage White Diamond’s unique square shape and large surface area allows the cheese to mature slowly giving it a mild, creamy taste and a smooth and silky interior. Its thin white rind has a subtle mushroom aroma.
Tasmanian Heritage White Diamond is best served on a crusty baguette or water crackers, accompanied with fresh grapes, quince paste, figs or poached pears.
This cheese’s unique flavours allow it to work well with the bubbles of a sparkling wine which cleanses the palate. Alternatively it can be paired with a crisp, dry refreshing white wine.
The crispy citrus or grassy characters of Sauvignon Blanc are needed to cut through the richness of the cheese. The highly fragrant fruit of the wine and creaminess of the cheese create a perfect partnership.
Sweeter style wines such as a Sparkling Rosè best complement the flavours of this cheese. The bubbles will cleanse the palate while the sweet richness of the red grapes will raise the rich creamy flavours.
The zing and acidity of a Riesling will cut right through the decadent creaminess of a cheese.