February 2018

CHEERS TO YOU, FEBRUARY

It’s February, and in some parts of the country, that means it’s winter. Grey, cold, soul crushing winter…that a certain weather-predicting rodent suggested was sticking around a little longer. Darn you, Phil! Here at sharecuterie, we’re always down for a party, so we threw together a box of delights this month to warm your soul and cure what ails ya. Crack open your favorite potent potable and settle in for a board of tasty treats to thaw the icicles off your soul!

VOLPI PROSECCO SALAMI

PROST! This latest edition in Volpi’s wine salami line is another mouthwatering booze-infusion for your tasting pleasure. This dry aged salami will pair nicely with both cheeses and a glass of bubbly or beer!

CREMINELLI WHISKEY SALAMI

Can a salami put hair on your chest? This Creminelli masterpiece is what happens when artisan hand-crafted salami and a premiere micro-distillery have a baby. Quality and flavor are paramount to both Creminelli and High West Distillery and it shows in this irresistible combination. The result: a uniquely delicious salami that's richly flavored with a bright whiskey bite. Try this with the Drunken Goat and a drizzle of honey.

THREE PIGS MOUSSE FOIE CANARD PORTO

Put on your silk smoking jacket and light the fire for this rich port wine infused goose mousse. But seriously, all you need is to spread this handcrafted beauty on a cracker and enjoy. Try a light red wine (like a pinot noir) to balance the richness of the mousse while bringing out it’s port infusion.
SARTORI CITRUS GINGER BELLAVITANO 

SOMERDALE RED DRAGON

Yeah, thanks. Took the restrictor plate off to give the Red Dragon a little more juice. But it's not exactly street legal, so keep it on the down low. The Somerdale 'Heraldic' range of flavored cheddars has gained a loyal following over the years, and the Red Dragon is no exception. This naturally produced cheddar blends ale and mustard for a beer fest in a wedge!

MITICA DRUNKEN GOAT

This semi soft goat cheese is soaked in the traditional wine of the Doble Pasta region of Spain.  The cheese is aged for about 60 days, leaving a pleasant wine-y sweetness and a beautiful hue. Drunken Goat is mild and smooth, not goaty, with a touch of fruitiness in the finish. We love a smoked almond as a nice contrast to this cheese’s subtle sweetness.

AND THEN...

  • Orange Blossom Honey
  • Smoked Almonds
  • Firehook Sea Salt Crackers