Intense and assertively nutty, St. Marcellin often comes packed in a cute terra cotta bowl, though it is occasionally sold with a chestnut-leaf wrapping. St. Marcellin is perfect as dessert, paired with tart apples, or really sweet summer melon. Wine couplings are many, including a robust Chateauneuf du Pape. If you prefer whites, try it with a Gewurztraminer. For beer, Trappist and Abbey ales complement --Chimay red label or Leffe Blonde might work.