- Brie with Champagne
- Havarti with Rosé
- Herby Goat Cheese with Sauvignon Blanc
- Gorgonzola with Merlot
- Gruyère with Pinot Noir
- Asiago with Prosecco
- Manchego with Garnacha
- Gouda with Malbec
- Cheddar with Cabernet Sauvignon
This does not mean that your cheese board cannot contain multiple cheeses, but this is a great list to follow when you are primarily focusing on one cheese; ie. a baked brie dish or mac and cheese. If you are looking to make a budget friendly charcuterie plate, I suggest adding a good bit of fruit. I personally tend to gravitate towards the fruit when it comes to cheese boards. You cannot go wrong adding grapes, berries & apples. Add some mixed nuts, a soft cheese, a hard cheese and some of your favorite cured meat and you should be good to go!
Now that we have got what we are serving squared away, we are sharing some of our favorite cheese boards and some of our favorite glasses & accessories below.
- This $39 wooden cheese board is perfect for displaying a decent size charcuterie board.
- This cheese board is a little pricier, but it is gorgeous if you are going for a more marble look.
- This agate cheese board is a little more forgiving than the above two. I find my wooden and marble cheese boards to be very porous.
- If you are a Riedel Extreme Fan like myself, these red wine glasses and white wine glasses are extremely similar for a fraction of the price.
- These Champagne flutes are incredible. They are gorgeous in person and the perfect price!
- Make sure to use this bucket to keep your Champagne cold!
- The perfect wine coaster to pair with your marble cheese board!
Let us know what your Holiday appetizers look like!
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