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Are you hosting a girl’s wine party, having some company come over, or just drinking some wine by yourself? Well, no matter why you pop the cork, if you are drinking sweet wines, this Chocolate Cheeseboard is going to pair perfectly.
Additionally, for those of us ladies that crave chocolate on certain days of the month, you are going to love this cheeseboard!
What’s on this Dessert Cheeseboard
- Goat Cheese, 200g
- Brie, 250g
- Blue cheese, 200g, crumbled
- Applewood Cheddar, 300g
Lille Cookie Thins
- Strawberries, 2 cups approximately
- Chocolate-covered pretzels
- Dried Apricots
- Almonds, roasted
How to Make a Chocolate Cheeseboard
Wines that Pair with Chocolate
Although we have a list of different types of sweet wines that are luxuriously delicious, here are some more options to choose from that would go perfectly with your chocolate cheeseboard!
For the white chocolate on the board, some of our favorite wines are:
- Late harvest rieslings
- Cream Sherry
- Ice Wines
Wines that pair well with the milk chocolate on the board include:
- Pinot Noir
If you want to bring out the taste of your dark chocolate, you can pair this board with:
Remember, stick with sweet wines for this cheeseboard! Check out our post Sweet Wine and Dessert Pairing Tips for more ideas on what to eat at your next wine party.