What to serve at a wine and cheese party

Wine Tasting Snacks

  • Sweet pickles such as cornichon.
  • Gluten free crackers.
  • Gluten free snack mix.
  • Walnuts, almonds, and candied nuts.
  • Fresh fruit such as grapes, pomegranate, and apple slices.
  • Dried figs, apricots, and oranges.
  • Marinated olives.
  • Dark chocolate and berries (all kinds)

What goes with cheese and wine night?

I like to go for a range of crackers – try water biscuits, digestives and cream crackers – as well as a crusty loaf or two. Grapes, chutneys, olives, nuts, paté and seasonal fruits all complement cheese very well.

What finger foods go well with wine?

Best Finger Foods For Wine Pairing

  • Cheese.
  • Goat’s Cheese Appetizers.
  • Nuts.
  • Sushi.
  • Sashimi.
  • Cold Cut Meats.
  • Veggies and Hummus.
  • Deviled Eggs.

What goes well with cheese and crackers for wine?

12 Classic Wine and Cheese Pairings

  • Pinot Noir and Gruyere. …
  • Champagne and Brie. …
  • Moscato d’Asti and Gorgonzola. …
  • Tempranillo and Idiazabal. …
  • Sauvignon Blanc and Goat Cheese. …
  • Cabernet Sauvignon and Aged Cheddar. …
  • Provence Rosé and Havarti. …
  • Riesling and Raclette.

What do you serve after cheese board?

Accompaniments

  • Crackers and small-sliced breads.
  • Fresh vegetables and fruit: cucumbers; grapes; sliced pears or apples, for example.
  • Sweet: dried figs; and honey or jam.
  • Tangy: olives and other marinated items like artichokes.

What time should a wine and cheese party start?

What Time It Should Start. Given that wine and cheese parties are not meant to have complete meals, it’s best to host them either before dinner such as at 4 o’clock p.m., or later in the evening around 9 o’clock p.m. after your guests have eaten dinner.