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Cheese Board2
Cheese Board

Cheese & Charcuterie Board

Serves 4 people


  • Cheese: some hard, salty and flavorful cheeses such as Manchego or Parmigiano Reggiano, other soft and creamy ones such as Brie or Mont D’Or. Also add a milder option like Gruyère.

  • Charcuterie: at least 2-3 varieties.

  • Fresh fruit: grapes, strawberries or figs would work.

  • Nuts: Marcona almonds, pistachios, walnuts.

  • Dried fruits: dates, dried apricots or raisins.

  • Spreads: jams or honey. Truffle oil for an extra touch.

  • Quality sourdough bread and crackers


You could plate your cheeseboard on an irregular wooden board or different antique plates.


Start adding your different types of cheese, each with their appropriate knife. Remember that the key to any good cheese board is to have variety and balance, as well as top quality produce and gourmet products.


Add charcuterie and the washed, fresh fruit. Fresh fruit is the perfect opportunity to play with colors and contrasts, since the rest of the products usually have more neutral colors.


Add nuts either in small bowls or laid around the board (we like it messy), same as with dried fruit. If you find jams or honey that come in nice and small jars you could directly place them on the board with their spoons for serving. A small amount of truffle oil is also a nice fancy touch to elevate the board (We highly recommend trying the combination of Manchego, honey and truffle oil!). Oh, and don’t forget the bread. Some of it sliced in small bites so it’s easier for your guests to serve themselves. Our favorite wine to enjoy cheese boards with is Aplanta, cheers!

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