Wine and cheese can form a perfect union when properly combined. Don't know what to pair with Zamarono or Gruyere? Just browse our extensive list of cheeses to find the winning pairing for your next gathering. Learn how to make successful wine and cheese pairings for your next gathering. Leave your comments on what has worked well for you and what has not.
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The cheese board is the platform used for presenting the cheese selections as well as the accompaniments. Technically the cheese board can be a large cutting board, a slab of marble, granite, slate or even a large platter. Depending on the setting you may want to offer individual boards if you have them available.
The board should be placed in a communal area so that guests can approach the board from any side to allow easy access. Alternately you may want to consider preparing individual cheese plates with a sampling of three or four types of cheeses and accompaniments. This actually makes for a slightly more civilized cheese tasting allowing your guests to focus on the offering rather than making them hover over a communal board.