Usually, red wine comes along with the cheeseboard but it doesn’t always make the perfect match. White wines are better with most of the cheeses, such as goat and blue cheeses.
A well cut cheese is tastier and can be kept much longer.
To enjoy well a cheese, it is necessary to be able to discover all its nuances. Every guest must thus be able to have a piece going from the crust to the heart of the cheese.
Plans bellow will guide you towards the art of the cut.
Cut in a firm and clear way and so avoid crushing the cheese. Clean the knife with some bread between every cutting if your board offers a big diversity of flavors.
You can also reserve a knife for strong tasting cheeses.
Space out cheeses on your board. The cutting will there be easier.
If you offer a big variety of cheeses, do not hesitate to use two boards : This solution offers the advantage of having softer tasting cheeses on a platter and strong tatsing cheeses on the other.