White Wine Board
• Triple or double creamed brie
• Artisan crackers
• Liquid honey
• Fig jam
• Assorted olives
• Green grapes
• Fig candy
• Rosemary and mint leaves for garnish
• Pinot Blanc (pair with brie)
• Pedro Ximenez (pair with manchego)
1. Grab a small size board.
2. Wash all fruits thoroughly.
3. Place green grapes along the edge of board.
4. Take artisan crackers and lay them in a line across from
5. Cut up thin apple slices as this will be a cracker substitute.
6. Fan out apple slices and place two groups of slices opposite
7. All four corners of the board should be filled.
8. Cut up a brie wedge and start scoring the top. This allows the
cheese to release its flavour better when (and if) it’s baked.
9. Place brie anywhere beside the apple slices as the brie pairs
with the apples.
10. Cut up manchego cheese into slices.
11. Stand up manchego pieces and place across from brie, but
beside the artisan crackers.
12. Pour liquid honey and fig jam into small sauce cups.
13. Place liquid honey cup beside brie and fig jam
14. Fill the spots beside the cheeses with prosciutto.
15. Take the rest of the ingredients and fill blank spots of board
16. Begin decorating brie with honey, rosemary and blackberries.
17. Garnish board with rosemary and mint leaves to add the
Grazing boards should be accompanied with various fruits that,
not only compliment the wine, but also the cheeses. Since white
wines are lighter in taste, so should the fruits to balance any tart-ness
or overexposure to sweetness.
Pro tip: Pinot Blanc is aromatically fruity and floral, but fuller
bodied which can be reminiscent of the light and creamy texture
of brie and the fruits provided on the board. Pedro Ximenez is
notably sweeter, which compliments the slightly salty flavour of
These boards were created by Winnipeg-based, be.grazeful. Follow
on Instagram @be.grazeful for board inspiration and to learn more.
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Photo courtesy of be.grazeful
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