Bark-Wrapped Treats: Rare & Delicious

Bark-Wrapped Treats: Rare & Delicious
Clockwise from bottom: Rush Creek Reserve, Ebenezer and Harbison (Andrew McCaul)
From the Nov 15, 2018, issue

Seasonal and scarce, bark-wrapped fine cheeses traditionally hit stores just in time for the year-end holidays and deliver a cachet of rustic authenticity, offering subtle, complex flavor profiles across a spectrum of rich, luxurious textures. Wine Spectator's David Gibbons explains.

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