Gift the cheese connoisseur in your life with a slate or marble cheese board and a collection of nibbles such as meats, cheeses and cheese markers, olives, jams or spreads and fresh rosemary sprigs presented in an old vintage wooden cheese box
At any time of day, it's best to group your buffet's wine selections directly next to your cheese platters. Since wine and cheese pair so well together, this will keep everything guests need within arm's reach. It's also great to make the selection process easier for guests by noting which wine to use with which type of cheese with identifying flags.
Once you've curated your cheeses, it's important to choose versatile accompaniments. Consider a mix of salted and unsalted crackers, as well as shortbreads and baguettes. Dips like honey and raspberry compote are commonly used to counterbalance sweetness or saltiness. For a more polished look, present dips in white ramekins layered on top of wood cutting boards.