What do you drink with a charcuterie board?
Champagne and sparkling wine are so often considered the best wine pairing with charcuterie due to high acidity, lower alcohol and their affinity for salty dishes.
Do you eat charcuterie with your hands?
Relax, says Sharoneonta: “Just get it to your mouth, by any means necessary.” Etiquette varies with location. “Let’s just say that in France it would be an etiquette crime of major proportions to eat it other than with knife and fork,” says Harters. … American manners tend to be a bit more relaxed.
Do you eat charcuterie before or after dinner?
Charcuterie boards are often served for aperitif (apéro) in France. Aperitif is a time before dinner when you get a drink (or two) and a few snacks or a full charcuterie board. Here you can munch on cured meat slices, cheese, nuts, olives, dips, crackers, etc.