The summer heat can get so oppressive that sometimes it is simply too hot to think. When that happens, I want an inoffensive wine that is refreshing, low alcohol and as careless as a breeze. I turn to the grape Muller-Thurgau. You remember this grape, its what gives Liebfraumilch, its... well it really doesn't give Liebfraumilch very much, but right now its too hot to be demanding, and this wine asks very little of me. The perfect dinner on a hot night is simple and won't heat up the house, like a glass of cold white wine and a cheese plate. Since we are having Liebfraumilch, let's pair it with a German cheese. In Bavaria they produce an interesting cheese hybrid that goes by the name of Cambozola. The texture is rich and creamy, but beneath the rind are streaks of tangy blue. Take some Camembert and add a little Gorgonzola and you have the German gourmet cheese, Cambozola.