Create a cheese board for any occasion!

Spark conversation and allow your guests to explore new taste experiences


5 tips for a perfect cheese board

Styling your cheese board is really half the job! We all eat with our eyes first so don’t underestimate the power of styling your cheese board. With just a few tips you’ll be sure to wow your guests with both great appearance and great taste.

Now, let’s jump right into the basics – what to serve your cheese on.


The bright colors of the cheese pops out even more when served on an artisan wooden board, a marble or stoneware plate. It lifts up the appearance of the cheeses but also the overall impression of the board.



When you put together your cheese board, be sure to mix up your cheeses. Think about flavors, texture (soft, semi-solid and solid cheeses) and colors (white mold, blue mold, red smear and yellow cheese). Variety makes it of course more fun to eat the cheeses and to discover new pairings but it also adds visual interest to your board and sparks conversation.








For your presentation, consider leaving some of the cheese mostly whole with a cutting knife beside. Others you can cut out half. Solid yellow cheese can advantageously be cut out completely, e.g. in sticks or small cubes.









Accompaniments is what makes the cheese board really fun – this is where you get to experiment with different flavors, textures and combinations. And the accompaniments are also what can make your cheese board special – it can be simple with just a few cheeses and cured meats or you can go for the full flavor palette depending on the occasion.

Serve your accompaniments directly on the board or in small bowls to fill up the negative space and visually enhance the presentation.





  • The basics

Bread comes in many different shapes and variants. Look not only for flavor but also color and texture. It may be a long raised sourdough bread, toasted rye bread or a light Italian bread. Crisp crispbread or delicious rustic biscuits can also be an option and taste delicious with cheese

  • The sweet

Plum chutney, jams, figs or other dried fruits, nuts and fresh berries are excellent choices for especially blue cheeses as it balances out the bold flavors from the blue mold.

  • The savory

 A true crowd pleaser are artisanal cheeses and cured meats – the perfect duo. Choose parma ham, sausage, chorizo or similar. If you want to go with more savory items pickled onions, tomato- and basil pesto or olive tapenade are great choices.

  • Final touch

Fresh herbs are an easy way to add some freshness and brighten up the cheese board. Remember, not all accessories have to be homemade, you can easily buy stylish accessories in good delis or well-stocked supermarkets.



Serve white wine with your cheese and forget all about red wine! Blue cheese matches perfectly with sweet white wine or port wine. An overseas chardonnay is a good all-rounder for the cheese board. Another possibility serving beer with your cheese board. The carbon dioxide has a cleansing effect in the mouth when eating soft and creamy cheeses. White Mould cheese goes well in hand with bright Belgian beers, such as Saison or triple ales. Blue cheeses are happy with a glass of barley wine or bock. Strong yellow cheese tastes good in the company of hoppy beers such as IPA (Indian Pale Ale).

 And there you have it - the perfect cheese board ready for all your fall entertaining!

Finish your dinner party in style: 3 beautiful cheese dessert platters

A cheese platter is the perfect dessert course and there’s no reason why you can’t have add some sweetness – here are three great cheese dessert platters starring the soft, buttery and mild Castello Creamy White.

American Pancakes x Castello Creamy White

Give your traditional american pancakes an indulgent makeover with a few slices of Castello Creamy White, a sprinkle of blueberries and garnish generously with blueberry syrup and icing sugar. Serve with a New World Chardonnay.

French Toast x Castello Creamy White

This delicious twist on french toast is the perfect marriage between the sweet caramel flavors from the French toast and the soft and buttery Castello Creamy White. Add some freshness by serving with apple compote. Serve with a chilled Crémant Brut.

Autumn Berry Compote x Castello Creamy White

The scrumptious simplicity of Castello Creamy White smothered with raw berry compote makes the perfect autumn dessert. Serve with crisp tuiles and a chilled Sauternes.

Creamy Blue with bresaola, cherries and apricots

See recipe

Creamy White with sausage, paté, artichokes & figs

See recipe

Matured Cheddar with avocado, cured ham & dukkah

See recipe

Want to guide your guests with easy to make cheese labels?