- Pinot Noir - Aged Port - Champagne - Moscato - Sauvignon Blanc - Cabernet Sauvignon - Provence Rosé - Riesling - Malbec
- Gouda - Aged Cheddar - Manchego - Ricotta - Parmesan - Gruyere - Brie - Bleu Cheese - Feta
- Sweet pickles - Gluten free crackers - Walnuts, almonds, & candied nuts - Fresh fruit such as grapes, pomegranate, and apple slices - Dried figs, apricots, and oranges - Marinated olives - Dark chocolate and berries - Artisan meats - Hummus and other dipping sauces
Given that wine and cheese parties are not meant to have complete meals, it's best to host them either before dinner such as 4 o'clock pm, or later in the evening around 9 o'clock pm.
1) Choose from different textures; hard, medium and soft 2) Include cheese from different sources; cows, goat, sheep, and vegan 3) Use a variety of flavors by including cheeses coated in herbs, drizzled with truffle oil, or smoked
In my opinion, light-tasting Rosé and Sparkling White wine are good with just about ALL THE THINGS!
For dairy-free or vegan options, try Kite Hill cream cheese as a spread, Cashew-based blocked cheese, or homemade vegan queso!
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