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How to Put Together a Flawless Charcuterie Board
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How to Put Together a Flawless Charcuterie Board

There’s something undeniably satisfying about the timeless pairing of cured meats and gourmet cheeses with your favorite glass of wine. But often this artisan fare can be intimidating — especially if you don’t know which end is up when faced with an overwhelming charcuterie selection. We’ve put together a few helpful combinations so you can pull off this menu favorite at your next party or gathering. After all, we wouldn’t want you to miss out on the ultimate threesome: meat, cheese, and Ménage à Trois wine!
 
Pairing with Ménage à Trois Pinot Noir
Pinot Noir’s lightness (comparative to other reds) makes it ideal for a charcuterie pairing. Try a few salty slices of prosciutto or Jamon Iberico to complement this varietal’s soft tannins. When it comes to cheese, you pretty much can’t go wrong with Pinot’s versatile profile. Try a gruyère or goat cheese to start. If you’re feeling adventurous, serve with dried figs and a handful of nuts.

Pairing with Ménage à Trois California White
This light-and-bright white is the ideal foil to salty, savory meats like salumi or salami. For cheese, pair a soft brie or bold blue with this refreshing varietal. Tangy dried fruits will go well with brie while balancing the salty side of blue cheese.

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