Celebrate National Wine and Cheese Day at Hearthstone This Monday 

Celebrate National Wine and Cheese Day at Hearthstone This Monday 

Hip Hip Hooray! It’s National Wine and Cheese Day at Hearthstone

National Wine and Cheese Day is this Monday, July 25th, and Hearthstone Kitchen and Cellar in has the best fare to pair in Summerlin, Nevada. While this is only the 8th year of national observance, wine and cheese have been the leading dynamic dining duo since humans could corral a cow and stomp a grape. Wine and cheese are so great that Jesus performed a miracle to make sure the casks kept a-flowin’ and the party kept going. 

Dates and Deals  

Mondays at Hearthstone already feature super sexy date night specials with half-priced bottles of wine, so there are two reasons to head out with your hunnie to Hearthstone this week. This week the prix-fixe dinner for two has the option of a cheeseburger–topped with pimento cheese–just another way Hearthstone takes something great and makes it even better. If you’re single but desperately wanting to mingle, wine not muenster up some courage to ask out that cutie for some charcuterie! 

Charcuterie Board Certified

Is the only cheese you’re knowledgeable about a good dad joke? Don’t worry–Hearthstone does the pairing work for you with their fantastic charcuterie board. Boards are available in two sizes: one for those who like to share and the other for those who appreciate their own personal lunchable. The staff at Hearthstone can assist you with choosing the perfect wine selection, so your hardest task of the day will be to make it in time for happy hour or to pronounce the names of the french wine regions.  

Loyalty Royalty  

National Wine and Cheese day is the perfect time to join the Hearthstone Wine Club to receive access to their exclusive wine list. Members have the additional perk of getting their sixth bottle of wine free–bring your “book club” and you can hit that mark in one meeting! National Wine and Cheese Day is about branching and trying new things, so go ahead and try that wine or hunk of cheese you’ve never heard of before. You might be as pleasantly surprised as the first person brave enough to yank on a cow’s udder.