I've been wanting to make these for more than a week now but they were definitely worth the wait! I was making French Onion Soup and as I don't care for Swiss cheese I always swap it out for Gruyere. I needed white wine for the soup and by happy coincidence this recipe uses Gewurztraminer so I was able to make both items sharing the ingredients. I cut the recipe in half as there are just two of us, other than that I made as directed with just a pinch of garlic powder and was delighted with the result. Tender, flaky and oh so yummy! Thanks for sharing this recipe - I'll be making it regularly!
WOW, what a great scones recipe! I had some white wine to use up and some butter, so I browsed for that combination and your recipe came up. I am so glad I tried it, it is just wonderful! The cheese and wine work so well together with the nutmeg and garlic powder. YUM! The scones have a great flaky consistency and are very easy to make, too.
My only change was to not use the butter on top as I figured there was enough inside of them already. THANK YOU SO MUCH for sharing this winner with us, choco! Ill definitely make these often again!
Wow these are heavenly!! The wine brings a delicious light background these nice cheese scones that are so light and fluffy they could float. These scones are extremely impressive. I made as written using high quality ingredients and skipping the optional garlic powder. This is a must try and a recipe that will be enjoyed again. Thanks so much for the post.
Wonderful fondue-like flavor and tender melt-in-your mouth texture. These were wonderful scones. I did half with the garlic and half without. I liked both, but the nutmeg and wine really make these tasty! I also cut mine with a biscuit cutter because I like a round scone.