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Wine & Charcuterie

A charcuterie board is a popular and visually appealing way to present a variety of delicious and complementary flavours for guests to enjoy at your next party or get-together. There are many different wine options to pair with charcuterie, including bubbles, white, rosé and red!

Published on
February 26, 2024

When it comes to pairing wine with charcuterie, the options are endless as different wines will pair with different ingredients on your board. Sauvignon Blancs are an ideal choice, with their refreshing acidity, perfectly complementing salty meats and cheeses. Dry rosés elevate savoury meats and mouth-coating cheeses and cleanse the palate, making every bite taste like it was the first. Juicy reds, like those showcasing tempranillo or sangiovese grapes harmonize effortlessly with Spanish and Italian meats. Rich and full-bodied Italian reds complement hard cheeses and artisanal meats. Bubbles, with their effervescence and acidity, provide a refreshing interlude between bites, making them an irresistible choice for any charcuterie spread.