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The number one rule with food and wine pairing is that you may drink what you like – always!  
That said, the following are just guidelines.
Muncie Star Press, 1/19/2014
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Cheese
Overview
Pairing wines and cheeses from the same region is a good,
“safe” place to start wine and cheese combinations. For
example, a good Italian Chianti and a potent Parmesan will
provide a fascinating mix. Also, remember that the harder
types of cheese (i.e. Cheddar or Parmesan) can handle
more tannic wines. While creamy cheeses, such as Brie,
typically pair better with wines that have more acidity, like
a Chardonnay. Give salty cheeses a sweet wine partner
(i.e. Blue Cheese and Port).