Pairing a Charcuterie Board with Rosé
Recipe courtesy of our friend, Adore Me with Geor
Don’t worry, if a charcuterie board overwhelms you, I am simplifying how to create one below. It doesn’t have to cost a fortune and some of the items you may already have in your pantry and fridge!
Always start with a pretty platter/board to lay all these charcuterie elements on.
Then add several different blocks of cheese that suit your fancy. Pepperonis, salami and prosciutto are a must. Next add little bowls or dishes filled with green olives and dried fruits/nuts. Sprinkle some crackers or pita chips throughout and voila. Your charcuterie vision has now come to life! I personally like to think the messier the board looks, the better.
I paired this spring charcuterie board with a glass of Llano Estacado’s rose. I typically do not lean towards white or pink wines, but this particular rose is so light and not too sweet. It pairs delightfully with cheese and crackers for a girls night on the patio